Bladder Control Problems Associated With Fibromyalgia

 By: Sue Bladder control problems or urinary incontinence is not something we want to talk about, but it is extremely common. Millions of people -young, old, male, female- experience incontinence. Women experience incontinence twice as often as men. And women with fibromyalgia are even more likely to experience bladder control problems. Bladder symptoms may include urinary…

Fibromyalgia and Death. Can You Die With Fibro?

  By : Mark Borigini M.D It has been accepted by many in the medical community for many years that fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome—not even a disease. And certainly not killing anyone. However, there have been sporadic reports in the literature of increased mortality due to cardiovascular disease and suicide. A study published last…

How Clavicle Pain is Connected with Fibromyalgia?

By: Lisa Clavicle or shoulder pain in fibromyalgia is like any other symptom in that it can easily wax and wane, but might be more common than you think. It’s common for fibromyalgia sufferers to experience pain in the shoulders, upper arms, and/or clavicle, which is the collarbone that runs between the shoulder blade and…

The Connection Between Brain Damage and Fibromyalgia

    BY WYATT REDD There has been a longstanding connection between brain damage and fibromyalgia, but it is an area of both disorders that has come back to the forefront of research. Recent news articles about patients with undetected brain injuries being misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia, and patients with fibromyalgia being diagnosed with brain damage…

What Causes Fibromyalgia Itching? How Can You Treat it

  By: Tiffany Vance-Huffman Are you losing your mind from scratching an itch that just won’t go away? It could be your scalp, the back of your neck or behind your ears, legs or feet, and even a finger. And let’s not forget the unmentionables as well! It’s that itch or feeling of bugs crawling…

“7 Things to Avoid if You’ve Been Labeled With Fibromyalgia

By:Dr. David Clark Now, to begin with, one of the things we’re gonna be talking about is the seven things you should avoid if you’ve been labeled with fibromyalgia or if you have fibromyalgia symptoms. You may have noticed that I didn’t say diagnosed, I said, “labeled.” And here’s why I say that. The “diagnosis”…

Finally Main Reason of Fibromyalgia Pain Found. New Facts

Uncategorized  By : Sarah Kimber Scientists find that fibromyalgia is not “all in the patient’s head,” but rather a result of a pathology in the nerve fibers around specialized blood vessel structures in the palms of the hands. Fibromyalgia affects as many as 5 million Americans aged 18 and older. It mostly affects women, and…

A Brief List of Muscle Relaxants for Fibromyalgia

Uncategorized   The main symptom of the condition called fibromyalgia is widespread musculoskeletal pain, according to fibromyalgia-symptoms.org. The pain in the muscles, ligaments and tendons that a fibromyalgia sufferer experiences causes his body to feel stiff and sore, and muscle twitches are also common in this condition. Muscle relaxants are drugs that help mask muscle pain, relax…

Fibromyalgia and Suicide Risk. Understanding Why Fibro and Thoughts of Suicide Are Linked

Uncategorized  By: Emma Jakson Understanding Why Fibro and Thoughts of Suicide Are Linked Suicide is a concerning issue, and one that deserves a better level of understanding. With increased understanding, there comes a chance for increased prevention through effective treatment and available interventions. By identifying factors that contribute to suicidal thoughts and actions, people that…

What Is Sjogren’s Syndrome? What’s Relationship with Fibromyalgia

Uncategorized  BY WYATT REDD Fibromyalgia is a disease that causes a lot of issues. It’s hard for us to get up in the morning, we may feel a lot of ache and fatigue in our bones, and we can struggle with mental health issues like memory loss and issues with concentration. Of course, the extreme fatigue makes…