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  1. What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia: The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse the Disease by R. Paul St. Amand, Claudia Craig Marek, 2006-01-03
  2. Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain: A Survival Manual (2nd Edition) by Devin J. Starlanyl, Mary Ellen Copeland, 2001-06-30
  3. Food that Helps Win the Battle Against Fibromyalgia: Ease Everyday Pain and Fight Fatigue by Deirdre Rawlings, 2008-07-01
  4. What Your Doctor Doesn't Know about Fibromyalgia: What You Need to Know That Could Save Your Life by Linda Meilink, 2009-11-23
  5. The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Fibromyalgia (Cleveland Clinic Guides) by William Wilke, 2009-12-29
  6. Yoga for Fibromyalgia: Move, Breathe, and Relax to Improve Your Quality of Life (Rodmell Press Yoga Shorts) by Shoosh Lettick Crotzer, 2008-03-17
  7. The First Year: Fibromyalgia: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Claudia Craig Marek, 2003-05-27
  8. Fibromyalgia For Dummies by Roland Staud, Christine Adamec, 2007-10-01
  9. What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia Fatigue: The Powerful Program That Helps You Boost Your Energy and Reclaim Your Life by R. Paul St. Amand, Claudia Craig Marek, 2003-10
  10. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fibromyalgia, 2nd Edition by Lynne Matallana, Ph. D., Laurence A. Bradley, 2009-01-06
  11. Fibromyalgia: The Complete Guide From Medical Experts and Patients by Sharon Ostalecki, 2007-05-18
  12. The Fibromyalgia Cookbook: More than 140 Easy and Delicious Recipes to Fight Chronic Fatigue by Shelley Ann Smith, 2010-05-01
  13. Reversing Fibromyalgia: The Whole-Health Approach to Overcoming Fibromyalgia Through Nutrition, Exercise, Supplements and Other Lifestyle Factors by Dr. Joe M. Elrod, 2002-01-15
  14. The Fibromyalgia Cookbook: More Than 120 Easy and Delicious Recipes by Shelley Ann Smith, 2002-03-20

1. National Fibromyalgia Association: Welcome To The National Fibromyalgia Associat
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QUICK FIND LIST Advertisers Sponsors ABOUT NFA Programs Our History Medical Advisory Board ARTICLES English Spanish STORE Jewelry Education Awareness Items Goodies ... Apparel FIBROMYALGIA What is Fibromyalgia? Who is Affected? What are the Symptoms? How is Fibromyalgia Diagnosed? ... An Overview for the Newly Diagnosed Patient RESEARCH Abstracts Clinical Trials Research Overview COMMUNITY Support Group Information FM Community Events Leaders Against Pain Advocacy ... Patient Stories MEDIA Fact Sheets Press Releases RESOURCES Resource Directory Glossary of Terms and Definitions Sponsors Featured Advertisers ... http://www.fmaware.org/ The information in this website is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please always consult with your physician on matters concerning your medical care and treatment. National Fibromyalgia Association. A non-profit 501 (C)(3) organization 2121 S. Towne Centre, Suite 300, Anaheim, CA 92806 714.921.0150

2. Fibromyalgia - MayoClinic.com
fibromyalgia Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment of this chronic condition characterized by widespread pain.
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3. Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Treatment, Medications, Tender Points
fibromyalgia (FMS) causes symptoms such as fatigue and severe pain at tender points. Read about treatment information, medications like Lyrica, Cymbalta and Savella and diagnosis.
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Fibromyalgia Symptoms
The universal symptom of fibromyalgia is pain. As mentioned earlier, the pain in fibromyalgia is not caused by tissue inflammation. Instead, these patients seem to have an increased sensitivity to many different sensory stimuli and an unusually low pain threshold. Minor sensory stimuli that ordinarily would not cause pain in individuals can cause disabling, sometimes severe pain in patients with fibromyalgia. The body pain of fibromyalgia can be aggravated by noise, weather change, and emotional stress.

4. Fibromyalgia Center: Symptoms, Treatments, Causes, Tests, And Diagnosis
fibromyalgia affects an estimated 5.8 million Americans. Here you ll find in depth fibromyalgia information including symptoms, pain relief, and promising
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5. Common Fibromyalgia Symptoms
How to explain your fibromyalgia to family, a description of the most common symptoms, and factors that will make you feel worse.
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Find out how your symptoms and treatment plan measure up with others. Take our survey now and view the results. Fibromyalgia produces widespread pain, disturbed sleep, and exhaustion from head to toe. Although the muscles hurt everywhere, they are not the only cause of your discomfort. Instead, the diffuse, body-wide symptoms are greatly magnified by malfunctions in the way the nervous system processes pain. Regional muscle pain also occurs in the majority of people with fibromyalgia. Patients experience firm knots in their muscles, often causing restricted movement and radiating pain. Recent research has found that 90 percent of the tender points used to diagnose fibro are actually myofascial trigger points. The symptoms of fibromyalgia are unpredictable and most patients are frustrated by their physical limitations and inability to make plans. You may feel as though you have to "push yourself" to get things done.

6. Fibromyalgia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
fibromyalgia (new Latin, fibro, fibrous tissues, Gk. myo-, muscle, Gk. algos-, pain, meaning muscle and connective tissue pain; also referred to as FM or
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The location of the nine paired tender points that comprise the 1990 American College of Rheumatology criteria for fibromyalgia. ICD M ICD MedlinePlus ... MeSH Fibromyalgia (new Latin, fibro- , fibrous tissues, Gk. myo- , muscle, Gk. algos- , pain, meaning muscle and connective tissue pain; also referred to as FM or FMS ) is a medical disorder characterized by chronic widespread pain and allodynia , a heightened and painful response to pressure. Fibromyalgia symptoms are not restricted to pain, leading to the use of the alternative term fibromyalgia syndrome for the condition. Other symptoms include debilitating fatigue sleep disturbance , and joint stiffness . Some patients may also report difficulty with swallowing bowel and bladder abnormalities

7. Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Treatment Of Fibromyalgia, FMS Treatment
Learn about early fibromyalgia symptoms fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS). fibromyalgia treatments, cure, medicine, relief, causes all fibromyalgia information are available here.
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Fibromyalgia is not well understood by the medical community. It is known, though, that certain people are more at risk of developing fibromyalgia than others. The symptoms of fibromyalgia can include everything from widespread pain to fatigue; menstrual pain to sleep disturbances. Because of the variety of fibromyalgia symptoms, there are a number of associated conditions linked to fibromyalgia. Although there is not one singular test that can conclusively determine whether you have fibromyalgia, there are certain procedures that can be performed to rule out other similar disorders. Learn just how fibromyalgia is diagnosed as well as the various doctors that can benefit you during your fibromyalgia treatment.
Conventional Treatment
Since the cause of fibromyalgia is unknown, there is no fibromyalgia cure. However, by treating the symptoms you may be experiencing, your doctor should be able to provide you with fibromyalgia relief . One aspect of your treatment will likely include a medication. An assortment of drugs are available to ease your fibromyalgia pain, help you sleep or treat other fibromyalgia symptoms.

8. Fibromyalgia: EMedicine Rheumatology
Overview fibromyalgia (FM) typically presents in young or middleaged females as persistent widespread pain, stiffness, fatigue, disrupted unrefreshing sleep, and cognitive
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9. Fibromyalgia - Fibromyalgia Symptoms - Fibromyalgia Treatments
Jan 7, 2010 What is fibromyalgia syndrome? Get an overview of fibromyalgia symptoms, fibromyalgia history, fibromyalgia treatments and overlapping
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    zSB(3,3) Fibromyalgia syndrome is a chronic condition that causes intense pain in various places around the body, including muscles, connective tissues and joints, as well as a host of other symptoms. It affects more than 6 million people in the United States. Doctors classify fibromyalgia as a syndrome, which means it has a group of signs, symptoms and characteristics that occur together. Experts are investigating a new blood test that may be able to detect fibromyalgia in up to 50% of sufferers. While this may be available to some patients, others still will have no definitive medical evidence that they're sick. To make a diagnosis , doctors usually rely on signs and symptoms alone. Complicating the matter, symptoms vary widely from person to person and often, as do their intensity.

    10. Fibromyalgia - Information And Natural Cures
    fibromyalgia (FMS) is a name for widespread pain affecting the muscles and the joints. It is a chronic condition, but it is not lifethreatening or progressive and does not
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    11. Fibromyalgia | Fibromyalgia Symptoms | Fibromyalgia Treatment
    Information on fibromyalgia including answers to the question what is fibromyalgia, symptoms, understanding fibromyalgia, HGH, diagnosis, treatment, diet, research, trigger points, and support groups.
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    What you need to know about Fibromyalgia.
    According to the American College of Rheumatology, between 3 and 6 million people are affected by Fibromyalgia . Those affected by Fibromyalgia suffer from musculoskeletal pain and fatigue. It is characterized by severe exhaustion and a feeling of chronic tiredness, no matter how much sleep one has had or how well rested they should feel. Since symptoms are so similar to other conditions, it is often difficult to diagnose Fibromyalgia . This phenomenon explains the broad range; doctors can only estimate that between 3 and 6 million people suffer from it. There are numerous people that deal with the conditions daily that do not even know they deal with Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia can occur in anyone. It is primarily found in women of childbearing age, but has been also known to affect men, the elderly and children. It is a condition that does not discriminate between gender and age, so it is important to arm yourself with information as you research and live with Fibromyalgia. Here at Fibromyalgia-i.com, we want to give you the best possible resources to help you in your research. We have taken great measure to find reputable sources and information and hope you find it useful as you find out more about Fibromyalgia . Within this website

    12. Fibromyalgia Treatment, Information, News & Research | Arthritis Today
    Searching for fibromyalgia treatment information? An arthritisrelated condition characterized by widespread muscle pain and sensitivity, fibromyalgia is a confusing and often
    http://www.arthritistoday.org/conditions/fibromyalgia/index.php

    13. Q&A Fibromyalgia
    fibromyalgia syndrome is a common and chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain, diffuse tenderness, and a number of other symptoms.
    http://www.niams.nih.gov/Health_Info/Fibromyalgia/default.asp

    14. What Is Fibromyalgia? What Causes Fibromyalgia?
    The word fibromyalgia comes from the Greek myos meaning muscle, Greek algos meaning pain, and New Latin fibro meaning fibrous tissue. According to MediLexicon's
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    The word fibromyalgia comes from the Greek myos meaning "muscle", Greek algos meaning "pain", and New Latin fibro meaning "fibrous tissue". According to MediLexicon's medical dictionary , fibromyalgia is "A common syndrome of chronic widespread soft-tissue pain accompanied by weakness, fatigue , and sleep disturbances; the cause is unknown." Fibromyalgia is a common and chronic disorder. When a health illness or condition is chronic it means it is long-lasting.

    15. Arthritis Research UK - Fibromyalgia
    fibromyalgia is a longterm (chronic) condition that can cause widespread muscle pain. There aren't usually any outward signs of fibromyalgia, but the pain and tiredness
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      Fibromyalgia is a long-term (chronic) condition that can cause widespread muscle pain. There aren't usually any outward signs of fibromyalgia, but the pain and tiredness associated with it are very real. In the past, other terms were used for fibromyalgia. These include muscular rheumatism or fibrositis and generally mean conditions that cause a lot of pain in muscles and soft tissues but don't damage to bones and joints.
      Fibromyalgia symptoms
      Pain in the muscles, tiredness and sleep disturbance are the main symptoms of fibromyalgia, but they vary from person to person and also over the course of the day. The pain may feel as though it affects your whole body, or it may be particularly bad in just a few areas. People with fibromyalgia often say that the tiredness (fatigue) is the worst aspect of the condition. Less frequent fibromyalgia symptoms include:
      • headache irritability, or feeling a bit down

    16. Fibromyalgia And Hypoglycemia Diet
    Provides information and recipes for the those patients who also have hypoglycemia.
    http://www.fibromyalgia-diet.ws/
    Diet can help fibromyalgia and hypoglycemia symptoms
    It has been estimated by Dr. Paul St. Amand that 40% all people with fibromyalgia, also suffer from hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). What this means is that 4 in 10 fibromyalgia sufferers need a fibromyalgia and hypoglycemia diet - else many of their symptoms will flare-up. An improper diet will increase insulin levels, force blood sugar down, and bring out fibromyalgia symptoms that includes fatigue, irritability, headaches, depression, carb cravings, blurry vision, poor memory, and anxiety. At worst, there will also be hypoglycemic symptoms such as fainting or a rapid heartbeat. A proper fibromyalgia and hypoglycemia diet will keep insulin levels from rising and keep blood sugar from lowering.
    So if you are one of the 4 out of 10 fibromyalgia sufferers that also has hypoglycemia, here is a diet that helps:
    Fibromyalgia and Hypoglycemia Diet
    Please note that this is not a weight reduction diet, it is a diet to help prevent fibromyalgia symptoms from flaring-up.
    Foods to avoid for fibromyalgia and hypoglycemia

    Foods to eat for fibromyalgia and hypoglycemia

    IMPORTANT: Portion Sizes, Meal Frequency, and Meal Quantity

    17. Treating Fibromyalgia - October 1, 2000 - American Family Physician
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    A patient information handout on fibromyalgia, written by the authors of this article, is provided on page 1587. See editorial
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    F ibromyalgia is a rheumatologic condition characterized by spontaneous, widespread soft tissue pain, sleep disturbance, fatigue and extensively distributed areas of tenderness known as tender points. Estimates of prevalence are 3.4 percent for women and 0.5 percent for men. Fibromyalgia is characterized by widespread soft tissue pain, disturbed sleep, fatigue and diffuse tender points. Fibromyalgia can be perplexing to patients and physicians because of the lack of associated abnormalities on readily available diagnostic tests. Despite this, recent findings about the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of fibromyalgia have dispelled the belief that the disorder is psychosomatic. While no laboratory test can confirm fibromyalgia, most patients present with a history of widespread pain, physical findings and comorbid conditions. With experience, the disorder may be diagnosed with confidence on initial presentation or after a period of observation and minimal diagnostic testing. The family physician is ideally suited to treat fibromyalgia because its management calls for a longitudinal relationship, a willingness to try different therapeutic modalities and an understanding of the interrelationship of the biopsychosocial aspects of health.

    18. Fibromyalgia Links
    Information about this disorder, including links to spinal stenosis, which may be a related and treatable problem.
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    FIBROMYALGIA WEBSITE
    Welcome to our Site! FIBROMYALGIA can be like hitting a BRICK WALL. Sometimes it seems there will never be an end to the struggle just to make it day to day. This is a page that will hopefully provide insights and resources in an all too long journey. After hours of serching websites I have compiled a list of websites below that has given me hope and good information. I hope that this list of links will help somebody out there. Note:Thanks to all those who have offered suggestions for this website.
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    Treating Fibromyalgia - American Family Physician (October, 2000) Fibromyalgia Information from Miryam Williamson WebMD Fibromyalgia Condition Center National Fibromyalgia Research Association ... National Fibromyalgia Partnership, Inc.
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    19. Fibromyalgia (FM) Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis And Chronic Pain Treatment By EMed
    fibromyalgia is an illness that causes chronic pain in muscles and ligaments. This likely causes someone with fibromyalgia to experience pain more
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    • The most important therapy for muscle pain is regular, low-impact exercise. Keeping muscles conditioned and healthy by exercising three times a week decreases the amount of discomfort. It is important to try low-stress exercises such as

    20. Discovery Health "Fibromyalgia - Medical Dictionary"
    fibromyalgia is a condition causing longterm, body-wide pain and tenderness. Learn about fibromyalgia causes, symptoms, tests, treatment and prevention.
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      Fibromyalgia is a common condition characterized by long-term, body-wide pain and tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, morning stiffness, sleep problems, headaches, numbness in hands and feet, depression, and anxiety. Fibromyalgia can develop on its own or along with other musculoskeletal conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus. Images: Fibromyalgia
      Alternative Names
      Fibromyositis; Fibrositis; Myofascial pain syndrome
      Causes, incidence, and risk factors
      The cause of this disorder is unknown. Physical or emotional trauma may play a role in development of the syndrome. Some evidence suggests that fibromyalgia patients have abnormal pain transmission responses. It has been suggested that sleep disturbances, which are common in fibromyalgia patients, may actually cause the condition. Another theory suggests that the disorder may be associated with changes in skeletal muscle metabolism, possibly caused by decreased blood flow, which could cause chronic fatigue and weakness. Others have suggested that an infectious microbe, such as a virus, triggers the illness. At this point, no such virus or microbe has been identified.

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