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Facing fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia can make everyday tasks difficult and can even cause insomnia and depression. While there is no cure for fibromyalgia, learning how to manage your pain and fatigue is the key to living a full and active life.

Facing chronic pain
What a Pain
A condition marked by chronic pain and fatigue, fibromyalgia can affect almost any part of the body. Learn the anatomy of this condition.
Living with Fibromyalgia
You’re Not Alone
Join the community Join the iVision community to and get the support and advice you need.
Winning the Battle
Three women share their stories of hope and triumph
An Expert Opinion
Common questions about fibromyalgia Dr. Cassandra Curtis talks about diagnosis, coping, and the future of fibromyalgia treatments. Get answers to common questions.
Fibro Day-to-Day
Tips to manage fibro for exercise, pain relief and even cooking from others living with fibromyalgia.
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Pain in the...

Fibromyalgia pain

There's no cure for fibromyalgia, but now you don't have to go through it alone.

Ease the pain
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