Bringing together those
who are living with Fibromyalgia
Symptoms of Fibromyalgia
The main symptom of fibromyalgia is widespread pain throughout the body. Other symptoms of the condition include but not limited to are:
If you have fibromyalgia, you will most likely feel pain in all four limbs, your spine, and chest wall (Costochondritis)
Other common symptoms are poor sleep, fatigue, swelling in the soft tissue (especially the hands), numbness in the extremities, headaches, restless leg syndrome, and irritable bowel symptoms. Joints may be tender to the touch, and pain may limit range of motion.
People report that their symptoms change over time and fluctuate during different periods. Some symptoms may come and go, or come on for a period of time and then get better before another symptom occurs. It is important to learn what triggers fibromyalgia symptoms for you.