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Ignoring New Symptoms: Stop Assuming It's Just Your Fibromyalgia

Why We Need to Stop Ignoring New Symptoms

How many times have you felt unwell and just assumed it’s a new fibromyalgia symptom? How many times have you ignored potentially serious signs from your body that something else is wrong, assuming the doctor will send you home because of your chronic pain? If you suffer from fibromyalgia, it’s likely that your list of symptoms seems to get longer every day. A quick online search of your new symptom and the word “fibromyalgia” and it...

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