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Does fibromyalgia go away after your menopause?
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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: No
You can persist. Menopause bring problemsfrom sleep and this can aggravate fibro.
Persistence depends on the individual it is made worse with poor sleep, poor control of stress and psychological issues and lack of exercise. Look for control of these for resolution.

In brief: No
You can persist. Menopause bring problemsfrom sleep and this can aggravate fibro.
Persistence depends on the individual it is made worse with poor sleep, poor control of stress and psychological issues and lack of exercise. Look for control of these for resolution.
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