As you may know, fibromyalgia is a common musculoskeletal condition that often involves widespread and chronic and widespread pain and tenderness throughout the body.
As this condition does deal with pain within both the muscular and skeletal systems, there is a wide array of symptoms one can experience as a cause of this disease.
There are also various extremes to which each person my experience their symptoms as well as symptoms they never experience.
I should mention that some symptoms that occur with fibromyalgia may actually be from an overlapping condition a person has.
This means you could have one symptoms, such as migraines, that occur often but it may be due to a condition separate from the fibromyalgia you have.
I would also like to state much of this information came from Mayo Clinic, so that is another place to go for information on fibromyalgia.
To go through the large number of symptoms a person can experience, I’ll cover them within a certain group, such as symptoms that may be associated with your heart. But first…