Take the time and read all these 40 symptoms and their coping methods.

 

1. pelvic pain

Chronic pelvic pain is common in people with fibromyalgia. It is important to remember that the pain of FMS and ME / CFS is not always in the same place all the time.

Management:    take analgesics such as opiates, NSAIDs and SSRI antidepressants.

Difficulty of the second night

Patients with fibromyalgia may have difficulty driving at night, which gets worse with car headlights.

Handling:    wear sunglasses and avoid driving at night.

3rd trend, easy to cry

Fibromyalgia often makes emotional reactions stronger than before and more difficult to control. Your feelings are more sensitive than ever. They cry more easily and have less emotional restrictions.

Management:    Avoiding or minimizing stressful situations can reduce emotions. Leave the house and ask others to help you and share your feelings.

4. Hair loss

In patients with CFS and fibromyalgia, as with any chronic disease, a very common cause of unusual hair loss is a disease called telogen effluvium.

Treatment:    conventional treatment includes deep tissue massage, heat, ultrasound and exercise.

5. irregular heartbeat

Irregular heartbeats are seen in people with fibromyalgia, especially in women 50 to 59 years old.

Management:    try massage therapy that has been shown to be effective in decreasing heart rate and reducing stress.

6. ecchymosis

Many patients with fibromyalgia report that their skin actually injures the skin. This sensitive skin, called    allodynia   , can cause many problems, ranging from redness and swelling to bruising and scarring.

Treatment:    In case of bruising or skin bruising, ask your doctor to provide creams or ointments to combat seizures and prevent bruising.

7. perspiration

Like pain and sensitivity, the symptoms of sweating and hot flashes are usually more common and more serious in women, competing with menopause because of the most uncomfortable and uncomfortable condition of the site.

Management:    Gentle powders on your face or other sweaty areas can help absorb perspiration even before you know it is there. You can also apply it after drying the skin’s sweat so it does not shine anymore.

8. Urinary urinary frequency and urinary tract infections

Urinary and pelvic complaints are common symptoms of fibromyalgia, especially in women with the condition. Bladder incontinence, frequent urination and painful intercourse are just some examples of urinary tract disorders and pelvic symptoms that can lead to fibromyalgia.

Management:    If you suffer from stress incontinence, you may need to limit your hydration. Pelvic floor exercises, also called cones, are recommended for women with stress, urgency or mixed incontinence.

9. weight gain

The disabling pain and fatigue that you feel with fibromyalgia can make you feel inactive and overweight.

Management:    Avoid eating animal fats such as red meat. Instead, eat lean meats such as chicken, turkey and skinless fish, which are also excellent sources of protein.

10. Migraine

Migraine can be triggered by a variety of factors including genetic and environmental factors. The level of serotonin drops during a migraine attack.

Handling:    Some foods can trigger a migraine. Caffeine, alcohol (especially red wine and beer), refined cheese, chocolate, aspartame and MSG, as well as skipping meals or fasting are triggered by a migraine.

11. Inability to express oneself

You may also be unable to say the right words in some extreme cases of fibromyalgia or remember good names or good faces. You can also make great efforts to track and lose track of the train, and you will be confused. In addition, you also have short-term amnesia. The loss of memory for a short time consists in forgetting small things, things that are really of great importance.

12. Hypersensitivity: greater sensitivity to odors, etc.

Fibromyalgia is also an important source of hypersensitivity to lights, odors and loud noises. They are designed to be very vigilant when it comes to perfumes and make you feel exceptionally sensitive to anything. Your patience with alcohol and your sensitivity to food and others can be quite low.

13. Difficulty concentrating.

If you have fibromyalgia, you should have a lot of trouble concentrating. There could be unexplained hallucinations and visual blind spots. You could not know how to focus, no one and the position could increase.

14. anguish

Anxiety is a normal problem associated with fibromyalgia and you should not ignore it. Fear is a common sign in our time, but it remains, like others, an invisible symptom of fibromyalgia. Therefore, you must make sure that every time you are afraid, it is due to illness.

Administration:    It is important to take care of yourself and focus on your own needs. Eat properly, rest, avoid exaggerations and plan your activities at the time of day you feel better. If someone constantly stresses you and you can not change the relationship, limit the time you spend with them or end the relationship completely.

15. vertigo

Fibromyalgia can cause dizziness and numbness. You could start to stop and fall, etc. This is usually associated with fibromyalgia and a sign that you should never ignore.

Management:    drink plenty of water, eat small and frequent meals and rest a lot. Change the position slowly by rising or stopping. Do not make sudden movements of the head. Make your home safe, eliminate clutter and secure carpets to prevent falls. Use a rubber mat in the bathroom and shower. Use other safety precautions, use a cane or walking aid if needed, and use the ramp when climbing stairs.

16. confused mental state

Fibromyalgia can get chaotic all the time, you may not be able to say what you do and what you do not do, and that is why you have to remember. Fibromyalgia can also cause loss and that can lead to a rather confusing state in which you may not even realize why, but we know that this could be due to fibromyalgia.

17. clumsy

You should know that fibromyalgia can also bother you and that, in general, you may feel lazy and lethargic. This is a signal that you should not ignore.

18. Cramps

Women generally think they have cramps for any reason, but in reality it is due to the cramps caused by fibromyalgia that cause their body to feel intense pain and endanger their life in general. . So it’s something you should never neglect. Cramps can hurt your legs or make your whole body a little different. Whatever the reason, seizures are really serious and an invisible sign of fibromyalgia.

Management:    The study found that patients with fibromyalgia experienced an improvement after only two weeks of constant use after two weeks of applying a solution called “Fibro Flex” on their skin.

19. weakness

Weakness is usually associated with fibromyalgia and you should not try to ignore this specific symptom, as it can lead to many other complications. You may start to experience a few extra hours, but remember that it is a sign of fibromyalgia. Many medications can cause muscle weakness and muscle damage as a side effect or allergic reaction.

Management:    Take Adderall for energy.

20. Loss of memory.

Memory loss is usually associated with fibromyalgia. You may begin to feel as if you did not remember it, and you should know that it is due to fibromyalgia.

Management:     Do not compromise while you sleep, do not think about supplements, increase physical activity or exercise, and keep your brain active and stimulated.

21. chronic headache

Chronic headaches are also a common sign of fibromyalgia. It is caused by severe headaches and is expressed by migraine. As with chronic headaches, education about fibromyalgia and pain management are useful in controlling symptoms and limiting their impact on daily life.

Management: It is    interesting to note that several therapies for headache are also effective in reducing the symptoms of fibromyalgia, for example, antidepressants (which have analgesic effects), tizanidine (a muscle relaxant with analgesic effects). ), pain management of the psyche (eg, stress), coping strategies and aerobic exercises.

22.    irritable bowel syndrome

Also called IBS, it is usually associated with fibromyalgia. IBS causes nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea and many other signs. IBS is a common gastrointestinal disorder that causes indigestion, abdominal pain, and alternate diarrhea and constipation. Fibromyalgia is a disorder of the nervous system that causes widespread pain throughout the body.

Management:    pharmacological treatments for fibromyalgia and IBS include tricyclic antidepressants such as amitriptyline.

23. bad dream

The lack of sleep is again a common symptom of fibromyalgia and lack of sleep can trigger many other complications such as stress, anxiety, fatigue, etc.

Management:    Maintain regular sleep patterns. Try going to bed at the same time and getting up at the same time every day, including weekends and holidays.

24. Increased sensitivity to pain.

If you have fibromyalgia, you may feel extreme sensitivity to pain. The pain is not so much, but it is extreme and makes the person less resistant. About a third of people with fibromyalgia develop a small fibrononeuropathy caused by chronic pain.

Management:    Dr. Teitelbaum says that medications called NMDA receptor antagonists, Memantine (Namenda) are a help

25. high fatigue

It is a sensation that you may be considering for something else, but fibromyalgia can cause severe and enormous intensities of fatigue that you will inevitably neglect.

Management:    In daily activities, it is good to establish a planned routine. Be careful when you do too much so you do not waste your extra energy. Learning to be moderate is a skill that helps you perform your tasks despite the discomfort and fatigue.

26. Blind spots

Visual blind spots can also appear as a result of fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia can also make your eyes too bright, so be careful and pay attention to these signs.

Management:    Nutritional deficiencies, as well as some of the medications we take, can make our eyes worse. The nervous system gets worse in patients with FM, so the nerves in our eyes can get worse and cause problems. It is a good idea to check your eyes every year.

27. feel nauseous 

Fibromyalgia is accompanied by nausea. You may feel dizzy and unable to stop. These are the symptoms of nausea and, sometimes, also fibromyalgia.

Handling: Products such    as sugar, caffeine, dairy products, processed foods, preservatives and gluten can worsen symptoms. If you experience nausea, dizziness and vomiting, avoid them as often as possible. Stay hydrated and store the cookies by hand. Some form of ginger, such as ginger or ginger, can help calm the stomach and reduce nausea. Avoid citrus fruits, fruit juices and acidic foods.

28. Geographic language

Sometimes it is very inflamed (so much so that I have furrows on the side where it presses my teeth). It will be difficult to manipulate it to speak clearly. Sometimes he feels tired after a meal or a long conversation. Many have sores on the tongue when they sometimes burn food or get cancer, but that is the goal.

Treatment:    Over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol and NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen, can be used to relieve pain and discomfort. Mouthwashes containing local anesthesia may be used to relieve pain. Zinc supplements also help alleviate the symptoms of geographic language. The rinses and ointments of corticosteroids help relieve pain, redness and swelling.

28. ear pain

Fibromyalgia is often associated with symptoms related to the ear, such as swelling, earache and tinnitus.

Management:    Use a warm water pad on the neck around the ear and use an over-the-counter pain reliever.

29. Difficulty in width

Breathing difficulty and difficulty breathing are relatively common in people with fibromyalgia.

Handling:    breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and grounding techniques are useful.

30. Loss of libido.

Some of the medications used in the treatment of fibromyalgia, such as duloxetine and milnacipran (Savella), as well as SSRI antidepressants such as paroxetine and sertraline, can cause a decrease in libido.

Management:    moist heat, including soaking in a hot bath, can help relieve the pain associated with fibromyalgia and allow you to fully enjoy sex.

31. Pain around sensitive points

One of the most common signs of the disease is that tender spots usually move around the joints of the body. Tenderness is known as painful points and, as soon as pressure is exerted on these points, it causes a lot of pain. The pain is just around the surface of the skin. The areas around the neck, buttocks and back are the most affected. However, pain is often invisible and not precisely identified.

Management:    Among the recommended treatments, acupuncture (due to its analgesic effect) is an effective option to reduce pain sensitivity and improve quality of life. Over-the-counter pain relievers, such as acetaminophen, may be recommended. Medications such as milnacipran and duloxetine work by modifying brain chemistry to control the level of pain. One drug, pregabalin, blocks the nerve cells involved in the transmission of pain.

32. tingling sensation

Tingling is another very common problem with fibromyalgia. Tingling is an invisible symptom and causes an itching sensation. It works in different parts of the body and it is very common to feel a tingling sensation.

Management:    some patients with fibrosis have found paresthesia relief through massage, vitamin supplements such as B12, serotonin and magnesium and even acupuncture. And let’s not forget the heat and cold therapy. The heat relaxes the muscles because it increases blood flow. And cold reduces blood flow and therefore reduces possible inflammation.

33. chronic fatigue

Most people with fibromyalgia suffer from chronic fatigue. Doctors believe that this could be due to a viral infection and sleep disorders, hormonal injustices and many other similar situations. Chronic fatigue is the feeling you feel when you are really exhausted. You feel overwhelmed, lethargic and weak and do not feel able to do so.

Management:    In daily activities, it is good to establish a planned routine. Be careful when you do too much so you do not waste your extra energy. Learning to be moderate is a skill that helps you perform your tasks despite the discomfort and fatigue.

34. Fatigue – Exhausted all the time.

People with fibromyalgia have sleep difficulties that make them sleep soundly. Fatigue produces an increase in fatigue and a general feeling of depression. Other indications include massive fatigue, slow blood circulation in the body and inability to feel sleep or pain.

Management:    In daily activities, it is good to establish a planned routine. Be careful when you do too much so you do not waste your extra energy. Learning to be moderate is a skill that helps you perform your tasks despite the discomfort and fatigue.

35. the mood is swinging

You may also feel that your mind becomes irregular if you have fibromyalgia. It could end in a very ruthless way and hit the people you love or become an angry person. However, there are certain prescriptions that can not improve mood and significantly reduce a person’s irritability and cause pain.

Management: make    sure you have enough magnesium in your diet because there is a correlation between mood and level in the body.

36. hormonal variations

The strange hormonal variations are something that can not be said when it comes to fibromyalgia, but it is precisely what happens. Hormonal variations consist of a very low or very high production of some hormones and this can be ignored by most people, but it is one of the usual invisible signs of fibromyalgia.

37. You start to feel numb.

Insensitivity is also a common problem in patients with fibromyalgia. The pain is widespread and most people suffer from deafness. The traumatized behavior is there because you feel muscle spasms and stiffness. Deafness bothers the nerves and causes a complete loss of sensation; Some losses of fibromyalgia are used.

Management:  Persistent deafness and tingling may indicate a serious underlying medical problem. The sooner the diagnosis is made, the faster the treatment can begin. And early treatment often leads to positive results. Your doctor will probably test you after asking about your other symptoms, conditions, and family history. Under certain conditions, such as tarsal tunnel syndrome or trauma, the formation of ice in the affected area can reduce both numbness and pain. Do not leave an ice pack for more than 20 minutes at a time. For people who have too much pressure on their nerves, orthoses can help relieve this pressure and the resulting pain and numbness. Support shoes can also help.

38. depression

We have all heard about depression, but it is something that comes from fibromyalgia and we could rule out that sadness is generally excluded by the majority. A person may feel a lot of depression due to the fact that they are covered in morning stiffness, headaches and anxiety among many other people. This is one of the most important parts of fibromyalgia and should be observed with extreme caution. It is also a symptom that should not go unnoticed.

Administration:    It is important to take care of yourself and focus on your own needs. Eat properly, rest, avoid exaggerations and plan your activities at the time of day you feel better. If someone constantly stresses you and you can not change the relationship, limit the time you spend with them or end the relationship completely.

39. Bone and when they hurt.

Injured bones are not common, but people with fibromyalgia are considered injured bones. Sensitivity, pain in bones and the like are caused by a strong interruption of blood circulation and fibromyalgia is one of them. People who suffer from it have difficulty sleeping and can not exercise. Achy Bones is an indication that people feel every day, but it is possible that someone does not realize that it is due to fibromyalgia and that is something that should be verified.

Management:    people should avoid caffeine and other stimulants at night and sleep in a dark and quiet room with comfortable beds. You should not eat or watch television in bed. Doctors may prescribe low doses of tricyclic antidepressants. Aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) generally have limited use. Analgesics such as tramadol or paracetamol can help. Opioids that form over time and can become less effective are best avoided when treating chronic diseases such as fibromyalgia.

40. Disturbing strange nightmares

You have not assumed that you have nightmares about fibromyalgia, but it is the fact that fibromyalgia is the cause of many nightmares. You can probably make vivid and tormented dreams and, similarly, suffer from severe sleep disorders with regard to fibromyalgia. It is for this reason that you must be aware of this symptom. It can also cause a hypersomnia that sleeps too much.

Management: It    is widely accepted that a diet consisting of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, basic components of proteins that help the muscles, nerves and brain to alleviate the symptoms of fibromyalgia, such as pain and fatigue, chronic insomnia and nightmares and bad or acute dreams

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