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Many Women with Fibromyalgia Suffer from Pelvic Pain
When more and more women with fibromyalgia began seeking care for pelvic pain syndromes, researchers from Oregon Health & Science University set out to examine the connection in a larger group of patients.
Acupuncture, along with two other pain relief methods, proved to be insufficient in providing the analgesia that patients with fibromyalgia crave.
Fibromyalgia and migraine headaches are just two pain conditions that debilitate millions of people. A new pain-relieving device has just been approved for both of the conditions, but there’s a catch.
Chronic musculoskeletal pain (CWP) felt throughout the body is a global problem that affects an estimated 10% to 15% of the general population, British researchers have found. But some societies report far more CWP than others.
The past 12 months have brought new research on fibromyalgia treatment, comorbidities, and quality of life and made for a promising future.
If copper clothing is on your list of options to treat chronic pain, you might want to rethink that one.
It's been well established that patients with fibromyalgia have a poorer quality of sleep, and now a drug is showing positive results in combatting this common symptom.
It may be easy to write a prescription for opioids in hopes that they will do the trick for patients struggling with fibromyalgia pain. But the best path towards effective analgesia may not require medication at all.
A new study analyzed multiple areas of fibromyalgia including pain, brain characteristics, and medication efficacy, which resulted in some very telling conclusions.

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