The chronic condition of fibromyalgia is infamous for triggering widespread pain around the body. Doctors often get confused while diagnosing fibromyalgia as pain is a common trait in a horde of other ailments. This is why it takes about five years on average for patients to benefit out of proper treatment.
It can be easy for your doctor to diagnose your ailment if you can present him with a clear shot of the location and type of pain. Faster diagnosis leads to faster initiation of treatment which in turn can relieve your symptoms seamlessly. Today we are going to take a look at some distinct symptoms of fibromyalgia which can assist in its early diagnosis.
#1 Muscle Soreness
This common symptom of fibromyalgia can be focused in various places or concentrated in an unexplained region. The pain intensity also tends to vary and get triggered by factors such as physical fatigue, stress, anxiety, humid/cold weather, etc.
Fibromyalgia is a mixture of skeletal and muscular pain. People suffering from the same have reported extreme stiffness during morning and evening which paves the path for a little relief as the day progresses.
External factors such as sleep level, activities are undertaken and general fatigue can also influence the level of stiffness to a great extent. Although the pain does not come off as excruciating to cause immobility, it surely causes inconvenience.
Pain tags along with a general sense of tiredness which simply refuses to vanish away even after taking an adequate amount of rest.
The 18 symmetrical tender points of our body located above and below the waist assist doctors in diagnosing fibromyalgia. People suffering from the same have reported increased tenderness in these areas prior to the occurrence of a flare-up.
#5 Rebound Pain
Fibromyalgia patients stand at increased risk of succumbing to rebound pain after undertaking any strenuous physical activity.
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