Every Patients Need To Be Aware Of Seven Fibromyalgia Pain Types
Fibromyalgia Pain Types
The first three Fibromyalgia Pain Types are medically defined:
The next fourfibromyalgia pain, Types are my own creation, which is obvious by their names. Don’t use these terms in a fibromyalgiadoctor’s office (unless you want to be seen as crazy), but these labels may help you get to know your body’s quirks, triggers, patterns, etc
- Mes in de Voodoo Doll
- Roving random pain
- sparkler Burns,
- Rattled nerves
First, our types of medically defined pain.
“Hyper” means excess and “algesia” means pain. Hyperalgesia is the medical term for the enhancement of pain in FMS. Our brains seem to take the normal pain signals and “increase the volume”, causing them serious than they would normally make.
Most drugs used to decrease intended relieve pain FMS least partly hyperalgesia.
Your skin is painful to the touch? A symptom that many of us baffles is allodynia. It is what it is called when a light pressure massage through clothing or mild pain. Many people describe as allodynia as a bad burns from the sun.
Allodynia is a rare kind of pain – unlike the FMS is associated with only a handful of disorders, including neuropathy, postherpetic neuralgia (shingles) and migraine.
Allodynia is considered to be a hypersensitivity reaction that may result from central sensitization associated with FMS. The pain signals from specialized nerves, called nociceptors, that sense of information about such things as temperature and pain stimuli to the right of the skin.
Paresthesias are strange nerve sensations that can feel like crawling, stabbing, burning, itching or numbness. Sometimes these feelings can be painful. Paresthesias have also been associated with peripheral neuropathy, chemotherapy drugs, multiple sclerosis and migraine headaches.
Many FMS common treatments may help relieve pain associated paraesthesia, including selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and serotonin-reuptake inhibitors of norepinephrine (SNRI). Some people also have a good chance with vitamin B12, capsaicin cream, massage and acupuncture.
My own categories Pain
Again, not medically recognized the following categories: – those are things I came up with a loophole in the way we classify fill different types of pain. They are designed to help you follow the signs, to evaluate the effectiveness of treatments, and to let you know that you are not crazy.
Knife in the Voodoo doll
Sometimes, out of nowhere, I get an intense throbbing pain that seems to cut through my body. I also described this a fireplace poker in the ribs or impaled on a skewer.
For me the pain voodoo doll is often the early warning system of my body – it says I should stop what I am doing and rest. Other times, I do not know why it is. I usually get this pain in my chest or abdomen, but some people say that they get in other parts of the body. It can be so intense that it can double me more and make it difficult to breathe. It usually disappears after a few minutes so. I do not know how this kind of pain other than I avoid with the pace. (If I could find the damn doll ….)
Roving random pain
It’s one of those things that it just reminds FMS does not make much sense. Many of our pain that migrates around the body, sometimes moving between places, sometimes striking in new areas.
If you myofascial pain syndrome, it can be particularly difficult for the pain of random wandering referred pain caused by trigger points tell.
A July 4, when I was young, I hung on a Sparkler too long and some sparks hit my hand. They caused little pain pinpricks nearly the same feelings that I now regularly receive. They make me jump, and scratch triggers tactile allodynia. These feelings usually last only a few seconds. I do not know what triggers them and how they know to avoid.
Most people will not understand why I call this kind of pain, but I’m sure to get the most Fibromites. Some things tend to get my body on edge, nervous, and feeling shaken. It hurts all over me, and sometimes I get nausea, dizziness and anxiety. The things that rattle my nerves usually to sensory or emotional overload, such as:
- Some sounds (repetitive, loud, garish, network);
- visual chaos (crowds, flashing lights, busy patterns);
- (Stressful situations of heavy traffic, confrontation, confusion or disorientation caused fibro fog).
When my nerves rattled, I try to get out of the position as soon as possible and relax, preferably in a quiet place.
Living with pain
It’s hard to live with the pain, especially when it is unpredictable. The more you learn about your pain and triggers, the better you are able to manage. Finding the right set of treatments takes time and experimentation, but many of us find significant relief.