Quiz – Could You Have Fibromyalgia? #blogboost

Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by body aches, pain, sleep problems, extreme fatigue, depression and anxiety, in combination with tenderness of specific areas on the body. If you are a woman, especially, you are at higher risk. Take our 14-question Quiz – Could You Have Fibromyalgia?

About Michelle Arbore

I am 36 years old, married for 8 years and have an almost 3 year old, Michael Richard. We also have two cats (Anibel & Mama). I own my own social media management and coaching business that allows me to work from home. I like to read, listen to music, take photos, learn new things, shop, watch TV and spend time with family and friends. I also suffer from Fibromyalgia. I have suffered from this disease for over 15 years now. I started my blog so I could have a place to vent about what I am feeling. It has turned into a place where I post information about this disease, talk about books that I am reading about Fibro, and getting to meet other people who suffer from this.
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5 Responses to Quiz – Could You Have Fibromyalgia? #blogboost

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  3. It is always helpful to read something that helps one identify just if one has a problem. Kudos to you on this. We at Carolina HeartStrings each have challenges: Tammie has diabetes and I have a son with autism. Support is so important. Thank you.

  4. Katrina says:

    A friend of mine has fibromyalgia….she says the biggest problem she has is actual doctors….and also getting friends to understand her condition….some of them have been doing what they can to spread understanding of the condition…..they have been spreading notes on facebook and talking about it as often as they can

    • It is very hard for people to understand unless they are going through this. I love my husband to death and have been together for 9 years and married for 6 and he still has trouble understanding. Even if people say they understand, they don’t so I have come to realize that nothing is going to make them understand and to stop trying. They have to want to understand and read about Fibromyalgia and they just don’t want to take the time.

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