List of more than 70 symptoms of fibromyalgia. which one is your

Those who respect fibromyalgia as a legitimate medical condition, most of them consider chronic pain associated as the main symptom. Some chronic fatigue have also recognized and fibro-fog as additional symptoms. But what many people do not appreciate about fibromyalgia is that there are more than 70 symptoms that go hand in hand, either as the primary superimposed symptom or as a secondary symptom.
Also see that many of these symptoms may be related to fibromyalgia or may be symptoms of other diseases. This list is presented as something to think about and talk about with your doctor.

  1. late physical effort to events or stress reactions.
    generalized chronic pain
    Other members of the family with fibromyalgia.
    Suda, most of the time during the night.
    The unexplained weight gain.
    unexplained weight loss.
    cravings for carbohydrates and chocolate
    Tension headaches
    Changes in vision (vision deteriorates rapidly).
    specific muscle pain.
    The specific tissue pain.
    morning stiffness
    Stiffness while sitting in the same position for a prolonged period.
    Muscle spasm
    diffuse inflammation
    Fibrokystique (grumeleux).
    Nasal drip from poteau.
    runny nose.
    Yeast sensitivity
    Difficulty breathing.
    Earaches and itching in the ears.
    Ringing in the ears (tinnitus).
    and night awakenings without sleep.
    Suddenly I want to sleep.
    Muscle spasm
    teeth grinding (bruxism).
    Premenstrual syndrome.
    The part of the libido.
    digestive and abdominal symptoms.
    Swelling and nausea
    abdominal cramps.
    Pelvic pain
    Irritable bowel syndrome.
    bladder symptoms.
    known words of difficulty in speaking, other speech disorders (dysphasia).
    spatial disorientation.
    Balance problems
    paresthesia of the upper extremities (tingling or burning sensation).
    The loss of the ability to distinguish shades of colors.
    Alteration of short-term memory.
    Difficult to concentrate.
    Inability to recognize a family environment
    sensory symptoms
    Sensitivity to odors
    Sensitivity to changes in pressure, temperature and humidity.
    Sensitivity to light
    The sensitivity to noise.
    Difficulty driving at night.
    Sensory overload
    Panic attacks
    Tendency to cry easily
    Change of humor
    unexplained irritability
    prolapse of the mitral valve
    irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome)
    Pain due to costochondritis that mimics a heart attack.
    Nails pronounced striations
    Nails that curve down
    The spots on the skin
    Hair loss (temporary)
    tissue overgrowth (noncancerous tumors called lipomas, ingrown hairs, thick cuticles)

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