Rosa Montero: Fibromyalgia is an incurable disease that can make your life hell, but the worst thing is that many people minimize, ignore or even despise this disease.

I consider it a very important job that Rosa Montero does to love and admire you, I leave you with a fragment of her article and in the end I leave the link to the complete article you are reading, it is very interesting, empathetic and sensitive.

“Fibromyalgia is an incurable and painful disease that can make your life a living hell, but from illness and chronic fatigue syndrome and similar illnesses hell, is the fact that many people minimize evil, stop do not count, or despise until you consider a pure story, a great opportunist or hysterical lie (especially women suffer), a crazy trolls complaint …

And if the speech was gossip it shows that they said crazy things like fibromyalgia, which are selfish people who only think of themselves, or using employment status. Here wounding shining in all its splendor and adding to the suffering of social misunderstanding true pain of illness.

It is noted that both fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue are defined as very real diseases (first rheumatic fever according to neurology) in the World Health Organization list. 
They were included in the Tenth Revision of the International Catalog of Diseases (ICD-10) , which dates back to nothing more than 1992. 
However, while in the ICD-10 most industrialized countries, it was fully transferred to medical practice, apparently in Spain followed by governing the pure administrative disorder ICD-9. 
Although the ICD-10 was finally implemented in January 2016, 24 years later, it is still not fully adapted and has not reached all doctors. This means that many health professionals remain anchored to the prejudices of the past;

patients often also suffer from the misunderstanding of doctors, and this results in a lack of clamorous diagnosis, proper treatment and fair recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed “

. It is not yet fully adapted and has not reached all doctors. This means that many health professionals remain anchored to the prejudices of the past; patients often also suffer from the lack of understanding of doctors,

and that this results in lack of clamorous diagnosis, adequate treatment and fair recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed “

. It is not yet fully adapted and has not reached all doctors. This means that many health professionals remain anchored to the prejudices of the past; patients often also suffer from the lack of understanding of doctors,

and that this results in failure to diagnose clamorous treatment and due to recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed “

. treatment and due to the recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed “

. treatment and due to the recognition of their disability in social security. A study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed

“Appropriate treatment and due to recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed 
. ” treatment and due to the recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed “

. treatment and due to the recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed. ” treatment and due to the recognition of their disability in social security. One study indicates that people with chronic fatigue visit, on average, 15 physicians before being diagnosed. “

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