LIST symptoms of fibromyalgia

List of more than 70 symptoms of fibromyalgia
Of those who respect fibromyalgia as a legitimate medical condition, most of them consider chronic pain associated as the main symptom. Some also recognized chronic fatigue and fibro-fog as additional symptoms. But what many do not appreciate about fibromyalgia is that there are more than 70 symptoms that go along with it, either as an overlay primary symptom or secondary symptom.
Also consider that many of these symptoms may be related to fibromyalgia or could easily be symptoms of other diseases. This list is presented as something to think and information you might want to talk to your doctor about them.

  1. physical exertion late to stressful events or reactions.
  2. chronic widespread pain.
  3. Other family members with fibromyalgia.
  4. Sweats, usually overnight.
  5. Unexplained weight gain.
  6. Unexplained weight loss.
  7. Carbohydrate cravings and chocolate
  8. Headaches.
  9. Tension headaches.
  10. Migraine headaches.
  11. Changes in vision (vision gets worse quickly).
  12. Specific muscle pain.
  13. Pain specific tissue.
  14. morning stiffness.
  15. Rigidity by sitting in the same position for an extended period.
  16. Muscle spasms.
  17. diffuse inflammation.
  18. Fibrocystic (lumpy).
  19. Goteo post nasal.
  20. runny nose.
  21. Sensitivity to yeast.
  22. Difficulty breathing.
  23. Earaches and itchy ears.
  24. Ringing in the ears (tinnitis).
  25. nighttime awakenings and no sleep.
  26. Fatigue.
  27. sudden desire to sleep.
  28. Muscle spasms.
  29. Teeth grinding (bruxism).
  30. pre-menstrual syndrome.
  31. Loss of libido.
  32. Impotence.
  33. digestive and abdominal symptoms.
  34. Bloating and nausea.
  35. abdominal cramps.
  36. Pelvic pain.
  37. Irritable bowel syndrome.
  38. Bladder symptoms.
  39. Known words slurred speech, other speech disorders (dysphasia).
  40. spatial disorientation.
  41. Balance problems.
  42. Upper extremity paresthesias (tingling or burning sensation).
  43. Loss of ability to distinguish some shades of colors.
  44. Impaired short-term memory.
  45. Confusion.
  46. Difficult to focus.
  47. Inability to recognize familiar surroundings.
  48. sensory symptoms.
  49. Sensitivity to odors.
  50. Sensitivity to changes in pressure, temperature and humidity.
  51. Sensitivity to light.
  52. Sensitivity to noise.
  53. Difficulty driving at night.
  54. sensory overload.
  55. Panic attacks
  56. Depression
  57. Tendency to mourn easily
  58. Anxiety
  59. Humor changes
  60. unexplained irritability
  61. Mitral valve prolapse
  62. irregular heart barks (arrhythmias, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome)
  63. Costochondritis pain that mimics a heart attack.
  64. Nail pronounced striations
  65. Nails that curve down
  66. Spots on the skin
  67. bruises
  68. Hair loss (temporary)
  69. tissue overgrowth (noncancerous tumors called lipomas, ingrown hairs, thick cuticles)
  70. Hemorrhoids

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