Advertisement

How likely is it that my constant pain is from fibromyalgia?

Diana Meeks
Diana Meeks on behalf of Sigma Nursing
Family Practitioner
Constant pain is a symptom of many medical conditions. It's possible that fibromyalgia may be the culprit, especially if:
  • the pain is chronic, that is, it never seems to go away
  • your pain is widespread
  • the pain is accompanied by other symptoms, such as insomnia and fatigue
See your doctor if you are experiencing these symptoms or any other form of persistent pain.

Continue Learning about Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Are the symptoms of fibromyalgia the same for everyone?
Diana MeeksDiana Meeks
The symptoms of fibromyalgia can vary from one person to another. The hallmark symptom of fibromyalg...
More Answers
Is pain from fibromyalgia different than normal pain?
Dr. Michael Roizen, MDDr. Michael Roizen, MD
While acute pain lasts for a few hours or days, fibromyalgia pain is chronic, or long-term, and last...
More Answers
How do I know if my cognitive dysfunction is from fibromyalgia?
Diana MeeksDiana Meeks
See your doctor if you have fibromyalgia and think you may be experiencing cognitive dysfunction. Me...
More Answers
What Are Other Strategies Besides Medication for Managing Chronic Pain?
What Are Other Strategies Besides Medication for Managing Chronic Pain?

Important: This content reflects information from various individuals and organizations and may offer alternative or opposing points of view. It should not be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. As always, you should consult with your healthcare provider about your specific health needs.