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See below: The term 'neuromyalgia does not appear to be an official medical term it doesn't even come up on my spell checker. As near as i can determine it is used interchangeably with neuralgia which is a type of nerve mediated pain. Fibromyalgia is an official term but its cause is largely unknown, it appears to be muscular in origin but recent research is suggesting glial cells in the brain may be the s. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Chronic pain syndrom: Fibromyalgia is a chronic muscular pain syndrome wiht widespread muscular pain on both sides of the body, above and befow the belt. This is made worse by poor sleep and/or poor exercise and/or poor control of stress and psychological issues. It is associated in most patients by many tender myofascial pain sites in these locations. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes, herbal works: So, is it possible that a herbal remedy could help with fibromyalgia treatments? Could it really be that after all this time a bunch of leaves could actually do the trick and stop me feeling like my brain is full of cotton wool? Fibromyalgia treatments: moringa is a tree, found in india and parts of africa, used by the people of these countries to maintain health, it is usefull for fibromyalgia. ...Read more
When is lower body weakness termed as MS. Some doctor called it fibro myalgia, some say it's vitamin Def, one said it's MS. Mri is normal?
Fibro/Depression/Rx: According to a well-designed research study, 34% of people with fibromyalgia syndrome [fms] are also depressed. That implies that 66% of fms are not depressed. Some authors have predicted that the depression in fms is caused by the pain but other evidence indicates that they are independent. Cymbalta [duloxetine] is the only drug which is separately fda-approved for both fms and for depression. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Myalgia/lifting wts: It will make your symptoms worse, and it depends on what is the cause of myalgia. ...Read more
First find : The etiology if you can. Is it biomechanical? Have you treated with any treatment yet? I would x. ...Read more
Pain vs inflammation: Myalgia means pain in muscles. It may be anything from overuse or excess exercise to a viral infection. Myositis means inflammation in the muscles. This can potentially be a much more serious condition with long term health consequences. You need to be seen by a physician to determine which is present. Myositis is characterized by elevation of muscle enzymes in the blood due to the inflammation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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