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Fibromyalgia & Pain Disorders Center

Pain can be classified as either acute (lasting for a brief time period) or chronic (lasting for at least six months) in duration. Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder. Others include myositis, Beh├žet's Disease and myofascial pain syndrome. Acute pain may be a sign of polymyalgia rheumatica or temporal arteritis. Pain associated with diseases such as sarcoidosis varies.

Get Fibromyalgia Symptoms Under Control
Control fibromyalgia symptoms
Fibromyalgia symptoms can range from all-over muscle pain to constant fatigue and insomnia. Use these tips to find relief:

 

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