The extended fibromyalgia symptoms list that we present on this page is an addition to the main Fibromyalgia Symptoms page (our unique perspective on dealing with various fibromyalgia symptoms using our protocol)
This article page is a more detailed list of fibromyalgia symptoms in an easy to read listed format where each symptom is a link to a relevant specific treatment protocol.
Some of the following links will be updated as new and more specific articles are published here on the site. This extended fibromyalgia symptoms list will get you familiar with the various symptoms and treatment options (not false cures) as you study our entire protocol for “eating the fibromyalgia elephant one symptom at a time”.
Whether you have been living with fibromyalgia for much of your lifetime, or are newly diagnosed, our site is designed to be user friendly and help you to live a better quality of life with fibromyalgia.
Please trust me when I say that fibromyalgia is a very complex syndrome, and there are no “silver bullets”. But there are solutions that will help us to live a better quality of life.
And, those solutions vary depending on the symptom. If we are going to create a better quality of life, following our protocols is the most effective way, but as always, this is NOT about perfection.
Using The Fibromyalgia Symptoms List
Some of the elements of the fibromyalgia symptoms list are complex and may require a combination of approaches to control or minimize. The “unvisited” symptom link (by you personally) will be colored a lighter shade and underlined indicating it is a link.
When you click on it, you will be taken to the primary article about that particular symptom. In some cases there will be additional links on that page that provide more insight or information, possibly on a different facet of that symptom. You can follow each “information trail” to its conclusion, or simply make a note to come back to it as time permits.
Once you have clicked on a symptom, its color will revert from a purple to a darker grey indicating that you have already clicked on it. It will of course continue to work normally as a link; just its color will have changed allowing you to keep up with which links you have personally visited.
One of the defining attributes of fibromyalgia and myofascial pain is the effect on mobility about the body in time periods of a few hours to days at a time. This is often the result of severely tender “areas” of the fibro body and multiple trigger points which lie in various layers along the fascia and muscle groups.