Central sensitization in Fibromyalgia? Wednesday 19 February A study that "systematically review[ed] the literature addressing pain-induced changes in the brain related to central sensitization in patients with fibromyalgia". Imbalance between oxidants and antioxidants found in Fibromyalgia patients Saturday 15 February A study published in Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology entitled "Is fibromyalgia-related oxidative stress implicated in the decline of physical and mental health status?
US insurance company loses Fibromyalgia lawsuit Tuesday 11 February A US insurance company lost a lawsuit as a result of not recognising Fibromyalgia as a physical illness. Long-term evaluation of opioid treatment in Fibromyalgia Monday 10 February The results of a month study in which the effect of opioid use on outcomes in adult patients with Fibromyalgia was evaluated.
Imbalance between oxidants and antioxidants found in Fibromyalgia patients Wednesday 5 February Research entitled "Is fibromyalgia-related oxidative stress implicated in the decline of physical and mental health status". Hundreds of pounds raised for new UK chronic pain group Monday 27 January Tenants and housing association staff in the UK have raised hundreds of pounds for a new support group for people suffering chronic pain. Skin-related symptoms in Fibromyalgia Sunday 26 January A study that attempted to identify the various types of skin problems experienced by Fibromyalgia patients and determine how common they are.
Disabled biker to ride point-to-point on 'biggest trike in Britain' Saturday 25 January A disabled biker is planning an ambitious charity run on what he claims is the biggest trike in Britain. Fibromyalgia research: where we hurt most Friday 24 January About. These two supplements may reduce Fibromyalgia pain and fatigue Tuesday 21 January Individuals who suffer from Fibromyalgia may reduce their symptoms with magnesium and malic acid.
Circadian rhythm of cortisol in Fibromyalgia Sunday 19 January A study entitled "Circadian rhythm of serum cortisol in female patients with fibromyalgia syndrome. Vitamin D supplements can reduce chronic pain Saturday 18 January A study has found that Vitamin D supplements can improve the symptoms of Fibromyalgia. Faces of pot: Medical marijuana user Thursday 16 January A profile of Canadian medical marijuana user, Matt Mernagh, who suffers from Scoliosis, Fibromyalgia, Depression, and seizures caused by an inoperable brain tumour.
Cough suppressant may ease Fibromyalgia pain Wednesday 15 January A medication normally used to quiet a stubborn cough may also help ease the chronic pain of Fbromyalgia, a small study suggests. Centralized pain may warn of poor opioid response Tuesday 14 January Patients with centralized pain syndromes, such as Fibromyalgia, may have a poor response to opioids, research suggests.
Metal allergy can trigger Fibromyalgia Friday 10 January A study that looked at the frequency and clinical relevance of metal allergy in Fibromyalgia patients. Yoga has potential to relieve Fibromyalgia pain, study says Tuesday 7 January Research conducted at Oregon Health and Science University indicates that a regular practice of Hatha yoga, combined with meditation, breathing exercises and the development of coping skills, relieves the severity of the widespread pain associated with Fibromyalgia.
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Monday 6 January A study that examined whether recovery of upper limb muscle function could be a significant predictor of cognitive performance in patients with CFS and CFS with comorbid Fibromyalgia. Believing and valuing the patient must be central part of Fibromyalgia therapy Saturday 4 January A study entitled "A meta-ethnography of patients' experience of chronic non-malignant musculoskeletal pain".
Inspirational student has been a carer for both parents since childhood Tuesday 31 December A UK teenager who has been caring for both her parents for a decade has been nominated for a Women Of The Year Award. Effects of sodium oxybate for Fibromyalgia maintained in long-term study Sunday 29 December A study that looked at the long-term effectiveness and tolerability of sodium oxybate. Lesley Arnold is one of a handful of researchers in a US study trying to find out what's happening in the brain and the body when people experience symptoms from Fibromyalgia pain.
A review of antiepileptic drugs for neuropathic pain and Fibromyalgia Sunday 22 December A research paper entitled "Antiepileptic drugs for neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia - an overview of Cochrane reviews".
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Muscle fatigue in Fibromyalgia may originate in the brain Thursday 19 December Recently published research suggests that what people with Fibromyalgia perceive as muscle fatigue is actually our brains misinterpreting signals — just as it does with signals from pain and other sensory stimuli. Fibromyalgia patient discovers new talent after diagnosis Wednesday 18 December A profile of US singer-songwriter and Fibromyalgia sufferer Lisa Adrian. Comparing Fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis in the brain Monday 16 December New research suggests that Fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis may be more similar that has been thought.
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Exciting news for Islanders with Fibromyalgia as research project gets underway Wednesday 4 December A brand new neuroscience research project is about to get underway on the Isle of Wight that will focus its attention on the debilitating chronic pain condition, Fibromyalgia.
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Creatine supplements help patients' Fibromyalgia Tuesday 3 December Creatine supplementation helps patients with Fibromyalgia, according to a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial recently reported in Arthritis Care and Research. The electric 'onesie' that promises to beat the aches and pains dogging your health Thursday 28 November A high-tech suit that fires mild electric currents into the body could banish severe muscle pain.
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Comparing Osteoarthritis and Fibromyalgia in the brain Wednesday 27 November New research suggests that Fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis may be more similar that has been thought. Survey finds Fibromyalgia hurts love life Wednesday 20 November A new survey of Fibromyalgia patients has found that well over half believe that chronic pain has significantly harmed their romantic relationships. Earlier symptoms symptoms predicted Fibromyalgia in elderly women Saturday 16 November The number and severity of symptoms measured 17 years before diagnoses were predictive of Fibromyalgia in elderly women, according to research presented at the American College of Rheumatology annual meeting.
Study evaluates use of anticonvulsants to treat Fibromyalgia Friday 15 November Researchers in The Cochrane Collaboration conducted a review of research about the effects of anticonvulsants antiepileptic drugs on Fibromyalgia. Brain scans show Fibromyalgia patients process pain differently Thursday 14 November Brain scans reveal that people with Fibromyalgia are not as able to prepare for pain as healthy people, and they are less likely to respond to the promise of pain relief.
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Pleasure and pain brain signals disrupted in Fibromyalgia patients Saturday 9 November New research indicates that a disruption of brain signals for reward and punishment contributes to increased pain sensitivity, known as hyperalgesia, in Fibromyalgia patients. A blood test for Fibromyalgia? Thursday 7 November Research recently presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology suggested a new blood test may be able to predict Fibromyalgia. More evidence for immune-system test to diagnose Fibromyalgia Monday 4 November According to research just presented at the American College of Rheumatology annual meeting, a diagnostic laboratory test for Fibromyalgia may come from an immune system profile.
Young people report worse Fibromyalgia than older patients Sunday 3 November Young and middle-aged Fibromyalgia patients report worse symptoms and a poorer quality of life than older patients, according to a new Mayo Clinic study that suggests the disorder plays out differently among different age groups. Implanted occipital nerve stimulator proves beneficial for Fibromyalgia Saturday 2 November The results of a study that evaluated the effectiveness of occipital nerve stimulation as a surgical treatment for Fibromyalgia.
Lyrica may ease pain for depressed Fibromyalgia patients Wednesday 30 October Fibromyalgia and depression often go hand in hand, and a new study finds that the drug Lyrica helps ease pain in patients being treated for both conditions. Brainstem involvement in Fibromyalgia Wednesday 23 October New research suggests brainstem dysfunction in people with Fibromyalgia, providing new clues as what may cause the condition's many symptoms and dysfunctions. Fibromyalgia sufferers get significent pain relief from IV lidocaine Friday 18 October Patients with Fibromyalgia who are resistant to more routine therapies have a new pain relief treatment available, according to a study presented at the American Society of Anesthesiologists' Anesthesiology annual meeting.
Inflammatory chemokines — a diagnostic biomarker for Fibromyalgia? Thursday 17 October A study that looked at the altered profile of chemokines in Fibromyalgia patients. Evidence of brainstem dysfunction in Fibromyalgia patients Wednesday 16 October A research paper entitled "Alterations in excitatory and inhibitory brainstem interneuronal circuits in fibromyalgia: Evidence of brainstem dysfunction". Increased levels of ILA found in patients with Fibromyalgia Tuesday 15 October A study that aimed to evaluate the plasma levels of ILA in Fibromyalgia patients, and to look for any correlations between this data and the concentrations of some pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines.
Identifying Fibromyalgia subgroups Sunday 13 October New research may help with the goal of establishing subgroups of Fibromyalgia for the purposes of research and treatment. Epigenetic alterations in women with Fibromyalgia Friday 11 October A study entitled "Epigenetic alterations and an increased frequency of micronuclei in women with Fibromyalgia", published in the journal Nursing Research and Practice.
Inflammation: What's its role in Fibromyalgia? Sunday 6 October Several aspects of Fibromyalgia are still up for debate, including the cause s , the underlying mechanism s , etc — including the role of inflammation. Hypothalamic-pituitary disorders increased risk for Fibromyalgia-associated symptoms Saturday 28 September Patients with hypothalamic-pituitary disorders appeared to be at increased risk for Fibromyalgia-associated symptoms, according to recent study results.
Predictors for improvement in Fibromyalgia patients Friday 27 September A paper published in the medical journal Clinical Rheumatology. Spine treatments little help in Fibromyalgia Wednesday 25 September Individuals seeking care for back pain whose symptom pattern was typical of Fibromyalgia derived little benefit from minimally invasive spine therapies such as epidural steroid injections, researchers found.
Everton defender Leighton Baines signs up to arts Saturday 21 September Madelaina Murthwaite, owner of the UK's Madelainartz art gallery and Fibromyalgia sufferer, was thrilled when Everton soccer player Leighton Baines signed an original portrait of himself, adding to her collection of celebrity-signed portraits. Personality does not distinguish people with Fibromyalgia but identifies subgroups of patients Friday 20 September Research published in the medical journal General Hospital Psychiatry.
Chemicals in foods may worsen Fibromyalgia symptoms Wednesday 18 September According to one medical study, some chemicals found in everyday foods may exacerbate Fibromyalgia symptoms. Chronic pelvic pain syndrome patients prone to Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue Friday 13 September The likelihood of developing Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome increases over time in patients with urologic chronic pelvic pain syndromes, but only men seem to experience worsening of their urologic symptoms the longer the symptoms exist.
Bone mass and vitamin D levels in women with Fibromyalgia Tuesday 10 September A research paper published in Osteoporosis International. Welsh mother battles Fibromyalgia and starts business Monday 9 September A devoted mother struck down by Fibromyalgia has vowed to fight on by starting her own business. Teen Fibromyalgia can become an adult problem Sunday 8 September A recent study explored whether teens with Fibromyalgia still had symptoms as adults, and the results showed that most did.
Antidepressants for Fibromyalgia: do they work long-term? Saturday 7 September A recent study suggests that antidepressants may not be effective in the long-term as a Fibromyalgia treatment. Creatine no help for Fibromyalgia Wednesday 4 September Creatine supplementation improved several measures of muscle function in patients with Fibromyalgia in a small randomized trial, but most symptoms didn't improve.
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Topamax for Fibromyalgia Tuesday 27 August A number of clinical studies suggest that using epilepsy drug Topamax for Fibromyalgia treatment is effective. Fibromyalgia patients who stopped long-term milnacipran therapy exhibited greater response loss Monday 26 August Patients with Fibromyalgia who had received milnacipran therapy for an average of three years had a greater loss of therapeutic response when switched to placebo compared with those who continued treatment, according to recent study results.
Adolescent Fibromyalgia may persist into adulthood, study shows Thursday 22 August The vast majority of patients diagnosed in adolescence with Juvenile-Onset Fibromyalgia JFM continue to endure the disease or its associated symptoms into young adulthood, according to a long-term follow-up study. Treatment satisfaction varied for Fibromyalgia patients Tuesday 13 August Patients with Fibromyalgia reported varied levels of treatment satisfaction that were predicted by specific patient-related factors, according to study results.
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