- Q What are possible complications for fibromyalgia?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyAs if coping with pain and other common fibromyalgia symptoms weren't bad enough, people with fibromyalgia often develop complications, such as: restless leg syndrome, in which you feel pain, tingling, and other unpleasant sensations in the lower... Full Answer
- Q How can I best deal with fibro fog?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineFibro fog (also called dyscognition) describes any cognitive problems with fibromyalgia that are linked to an inability to concentrate, problems with memory, difficulty staying on task or alert, and an inability to focus. Because fibro fog is quite... Full Answer
- Q Which parts of my body may be affected by fibromyalgia?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyIf you have fibromyalgia, your body is one big target. You can have symptoms from your head (persistent headaches) to your toes (restless leg syndrome is a common complication). However, one of the defining features of fibromyalgia is pain in many... Full Answer
- Q What is fibro fog?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineMany people with fibromyalgia have a hard time concentrating on their work or home activities. Some people have severe memory problems, especially short-term memory. Others experience general confusion and forgetfulness. These feelings have been called... Full Answer