Fibromyalgia

Disease information



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Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia.

Inflammation of muscles, coating layers of the muscles and connective tissue of tendons, muscles, bones and joints.

Parts of the body that affects.

It mainly affects the areas of the lower back muscle, neck, shoulders, chest, arms, hips and thighs.

Age.

Mainly affects adults between 30 and 60 years of age. Much more common in women.

Forecast.

In some people, spontaneous recovery.

Others may have outbreaks and improvements indefinitely.

The disease is annoying but not fatal.

The symptoms can be controlled with treatment tendency.

Complications.

Muscular atrophy, disability.

Abuse of analgesic drugs.

Prevention.

Avoid risk factors whenever possible.

Diagnosis and Treatment.

DIAGNOSIS:

History and physical examination by a doctor.

Blood tests to measure inflammation and tests to rule out rheumatoid arthritis and polymyalgia.

There are no specific tests for the fibromiositis.

TREATMENT:

Hard, is a doctor.

General measures.

Heat eases pain:

Take hot showers and let the water falls with force on the painful areas.

Use solar lamps, electric pads, bath or massage only hot baths and hot compresses.

Have someone getting gentle massage on sore areas.

Medication For mild discomfort, you can use non - prescription drugs such as aspirin, paracetamol or ibuprofen.

Injections of cortisone in the neuralgic points.

Non - steroidal anti - inflammatory drugs.

Your doctor can prescribe tricyclic antidepressants, which for an unknown mechanism, improve symptoms in some patients.

Activity.

Keep as active as you can, even if you have pain.

A recent study blamed a beneficial influence to aerobic exercise.

Diet.

There is no need to continue to none in particular.

Advise your doctor if.

New unexplained symptoms.

The drugs used in treatment can cause side effects.

Causes.

Unknown.

Signs and symptoms.

Stiffness and weakness.

Sudden painful spasms, which worsen with the movement.

Nodules or localized areas very painful when touched (neuralgic points, or trigger)

Painful muscular Areas.

Fatigue.

Difficulty sleeping.

Risk Factors.

While it is of unknown origin, symptoms and severity increases with: Stress.

Muscle injury.

Exposure to moisture or cold.

A medical history of diseases that cause inflammation of the joints, including arthritis.

rheumatic or Polyarteritis.

Viral infections.

Poor diet.

Fatigue or overwork.


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