100 Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes widespread and constant body pain, sleep disorders and extreme tiredness, however, it can cause a host of additional discomforts. Here are 100 possible characteristics and symptoms that can accompany this disease:


Allergy to certain medicines, foods and food additives
Allodynia, things that are usually not painful, like a brush or a gust of wind.
High levels of substance P, responsible for increased levels of pain
Tonsillitis and laryngitis frequent
Asthenia (fatigue and physical weakness)
Increased pain after periods of stress or anxiety
Increased pain after exaggerating in time or intensity the performance of certain daily activities
Unexplained weight gain or loss
Low self-esteem or feeling that you are not valued
Low libido
Dry mouth
Bruxism, teeth grinding
Cramps and nocturnal spasms
Interstitial cystitis; pain or burning when urinating, urgent urge to urinate often
Costochondritis, thoracic and thoracic pain caused by inflammation of the cartilage that connects the ribs to the sternum
Cry crying
Panic crisis
Magnesium deficiency
Imbalance or instability, you feel poorly coordinated in the body
Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep for a long time
Difficulty in expressing or communicating
Difficulty lifting or lowering arms
Difficulty in relaxing
Difficulty climbing or descending stairs
Dysphagia, difficulty swallowing
Dysmenorrhea, very painful menses
Decreased leg strength
Decreased hearing acuity
Decreased exercise tolerance
Decreased physical performance
Decreased intellectual performance
Dyspnea, shortness of breath
Chewing pain
Pain before pressure in at least 11 of the 18 sensitive points of the body
Joint pain; the joints are not affected, but it seems that they came from them
Pain of the temporo-mandibular joint (when opening or closing the mouth)
Earache or itching in the ears
Pain in the whole body
Pain inside and behind the eyes, fibromyalgia can also cause pain in the eye muscles.
Sinus pain, similar to sinusitis without radiological signs
Spontaneous, diffuse and painful pains in muscles, tendons, ligaments and skin
Endometriosis, which causes pain in the lower abdomen, menstrual irregularities and infertility
Celiac disease, gluten intolerance
Lack of strength to articulate words, lack of voice
Raynaud’s phenomenon (change in color and temperature reduction in the fingers, ears, nose)
Fibronie or brain fog
Photophobia, inability to withstand strong daylight or artificial light flashes
Hypersensitivity to certain odors, such as shampoo, cleaning products, perfumes, gasoline, cigar, etc.
Hypersensitivity to noise, a sound can cause high irritability, headache and nausea in the person
Humor Change
Inadaptation to effort
Slight clumsiness when on the move; The person is injured, collides or trips for no apparent reason.
Difficult chewing, difficulty in biting an apple
Low levels of serotonin, which helps regulate pain
Low levels of vitamin D, its adequate intake is essential to keep the muscles free of pain and improve fatigue
Dry eyes, itching, redness, and a feeling of sand
Palpitations or irregular and rapid heartbeat
Paresthesias, tingling in the extremities
Hair loss, especially in periods of stress or outbreaks
Loss of manual grip strength
Dry, scaly or rough skin
Presence of any other rheumatic disease such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis
Problems of concentration
Memory Problems
Thyroid problems
Vision problems
Mitral valve prolapse
Breathe fast and small rather than slow and deep
Stiffness, especially after staying too long in a position
Feeling confused
Feeling weak, people feel that at any moment they will fade
Sensation of needing someone’s support to walk
Feeling of itching and need to itch (especially at the ankle and forearm level)
Feeling of hearing ear canal, excess of wax
Sensation of having mucus in the pharynx
Sensitivity to humidity; Some people feel worse in dry environments than in humid environments, or vice versa
Sensitivity to atmospheric pressure; when there is a storm the atmospheric pressure falls and the pain increases
Sensitivity to ambient temperature; It is very hot in summer and very cold in winter
Sensitivity when using lenses, causing pain in the face, nose, ears and even teeth.
Sensitivity in the neck of the tooth (area that connects the tooth to the gingiva)
Extreme sensitivity to the scalp
Irritable bladder syndrome, loss of urine at least effort
Restless Legs Syndrome, an uncontrollable desire to move legs
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrome, extreme sensitivity to muscle contractions

Hot flushes
Heavy sweat
Sleep does not refresh, the person wakes up as if he has not slept all night
Vertigo, feeling of spinning or not having contact with the ground
Double vision, blurred or changing
Vulvodynia, chronic vulvar pain that makes sex, exercise or sitting very difficult
Ringing in the ears
How many of these symptoms do you have? What are you doing to address them?


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