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Sensory Overload | Brain Imaging | Meds to Consider | Doctor to Doctor

Curious about the style and variety of articles included in the Fibromyalgia Network Journal? We welcome you to review the articles below to judge for yourself the quality of our quarterly publication. In each issue, you will find similar patient-relevant articles on topics ranging from coping with your condition to the latest in treatments and intriguing research discoveries. It is not a mystery why Fibromyalgia Network has been successfully serving patients since 1988. We are the most reliable, unbiased resource for people with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Is Sensory Overload Part of Your Fibro?

There is so much more to fibromyalgia than your pain. Sometimes it feels like someone turned up the volume control to your senses. You may feel numbness and tingling in your extremities or your skin may feel sunburned despite no visible signs of a rash. Strong odors, loud sounds, bright lights among other sensations may become annoying. Click here to read the article.

Brain Imaging - Unique Signatures for Every Condition

Brain imaging is the next closest technique to taking a slice of your brain and analyzing it. Researchers are learning that each painful condition will produce a unique signature. Find out about the inroads that scientists are making in the field of chronic pain, and more specifically, fibromyalgia. Click here to read the article.

Three Medications to Consider

The multiple symptoms of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome call for a variety of treatments. Pain, fatigue, and sleep problems all need to be addressed. This article focuses on three different medications that could make a positive difference to your lifestyle. Click here to read the article.

Doctor to Doctor

Find out how several experienced physicians in the field treat fibromyalgia. This round-table discussion can help you understand what doctors consider during their initial exam, individual processes when treating patients, evaluating the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and understanding the medications they have found to be most helpful. Click here to read the article.

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