From the Mayo Clinic Website

Fibromyalgia isn’t progressive and generally doesn’t lead to other conditions or diseases. It can, however, lead to pain, depression and lack of sleep. These problems can then interfere with your ability to function at home or on the job, or maintain close family or personal relationships. The frustration of dealing with an often-misunderstood condition also can be a complication of the condition.

2 Responses to Complications

  1. Im also suffering fromFibromyalgia but had it fairly nder control but lately experiencing sever headhack and notised my nuscles loss are bussy to improve all over as well as sever headaches, What is going on in my vody and what can I do about this? Please help?
    Thankyou very much

  2. Frannie Conradie says:

    I am also suffering from FMS for 10years,and although quite under control, I’ve noticed muscle atrophy since the past year! Getting “thinner” without being on a diet! Especially my buttocks are disappering, arms and leg muscles too! Also suffer lately from more fatique andsevere headaches and chest pains, like between my ribs! Can you please explain? and what can I do? I am involved with Biokhinetical exercises Thankyou Nrs F Conradie

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