Recent Examples of fibromyalgia from the Web
For fibromyalgia: Regular tai chi and restorative yoga may reduce pain and fatigue.
Fuller had back and neck pain and fibromyalgia—not cancer or intractable pain from it.
Many women suffer from invisible chronic diseases — from fibromyalgia to vulvodynia to interstitial cystitis to migraine — that have historically been seen as psychosomatic and remain poorly understood.
Gaga hasn't disclosed the exact condition causing her hospitalization or tour postponement, but she is known to suffer from chronic pain and fibromyalgia.
The suit claims the company’s actions led to the death of a 32-year-old New Jersey woman who was prescribed Subsys for fibromyalgia.
Their complaints range widely, from specific problems such as low-back pain to systemic issues such as fibromyalgia.
Back in September, Gaga announced that her struggles with fibromyalgia required her to postpone the European dates of her Joanne world tour.
Lady Gaga’s honesty is almost as well known as her music and in her new Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, the star got real about living with fibromyalgia.
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Origin and Etymology of fibromyalgia
First Known Use: 1983See Words from the same year
medical Definition of fibromyalgia
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