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Fibromyalgia, like chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), which it is often associated with, is a poorly understood disease condition that can manifest in a variety of ways and which has many symptoms, making accurate diagnosis difficult. Also like CFS, the onset of fibromyalgia, which is sometimes called fibrositis, usually follows exposure to infectious microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, and/or viruses, or after times of trauma. The chief difference between CFS and fibromyalgia is that the dominant symptom of CFS is fatigue, while in fibromyalgia it is chronic muscle pain throughout the body. As a whole, conventional medicine has achieved limited success in treating fibromyalgia, and in many cases conventional physicians fail to detect it altogether, despite the fact that it is now known that as many as 6 million Americans are affected by it, the vast majority of whom are women and primarily between the ages of 34 and 56. Symptoms of fibromyalgia can be so severe that approximately one out of every four people who suffer from it are unable to go to work...

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  1. Melissa Bellingham / November 17, 2012, 3:40 am

    Has anyone tried or heard of Bio-Energy Healing?

  2. Erin Vaughn / July 5, 2012, 5:16 pm

    So basicaly there is no cure for fibromyalgia, it’s just a continuous process of keeping it at bay?

  3. james watson / March 17, 2012, 9:22 am

    drink kombucha

  4. Derek Sware / November 17, 2011, 6:20 pm

    You may consider reading a book called What your doctor May Not tell you about Fibromyalgia. I have a few friends that have used the protocols described within and have had great results. Im still looking for the “missing piece of the puzzle” to regain my health, but I WILL find it….it always works out for me in the end!

    MAKE it a Great Day!!

  5. Danny Milea / August 27, 2011, 4:35 pm

    Good luck Sherri!! We are all behind you! ;D

  6. Sherri Lebron / August 27, 2011, 4:25 pm

    Well, I have had Fibro for over 20 years. I cannot feel my legs because of the nerve damage, my feet are really bad and I feel like an old lady. I am now going to do a 4 month Candida detox. I think it will be the answer. I will let all of you know how I am doing. I am also taking 1 tsp. organic raw coconut oil before eating meals.

  7. Erica / July 14, 2011, 4:39 pm

    Try eliminating foods containing lectins and free glutamic acid from your diet – Ihave found that it helps to decrease the pain and inflammation. You can look them up on Google. Good luck!

  8. macallister03 / May 24, 2011, 7:23 am

    So Georgia, magnesium chloride with calcium and vitamin D3 is a natural cure for fibromyalgia, my apology’s a diffiency to the body that triggers off such a known disease as fibromyalgia? Sandra says there is nothing that helps the pain for such disease, so what is to be taken to cure such hurtful pain then?? I have a cousin who was diagnosed with this named disease and the pain is chronic to her, what can I do to help her get rid of it??

  9. georged.andrei / April 1, 2011, 12:30 pm

    I would like to add my two cents in. Many people with IBS, Parkinson, Fibromyalgia, Crohns, MS etc should be tested for Lyme. I have learned that you many have started with Lyme and over time manifested to where they are now. If unsure, get the Western Blot IgG and Igm test; you will be glad you did.

  10. martin / January 19, 2011, 9:07 am

    actually, your are both right – but the cause of all inflammatory disease is a combination of four things: toxicity, malnutrition, stagnation and disruption. So you need to detox whatever load you have picked up, make up for the deficiencies you have, move enough to make the lymphatic system circulate, and deal with vibrational disturbances, be they emotional or electromagnetic …


  11. SANDRA EDWARDS / January 14, 2011, 12:02 am

    Georgia- I agree magnesium deficiency is a contributor to FMS. I have lived with the disease for three years and done loads of research and tried many different therapies. I have narrowed it down to bacteria. It is impossible to get rid of bacteria. On top of that the nerve damage in my arms and legs is irreversible. I have resorted to smoking herbs. Nothing else helps with immediate pain.

  12. gnurseu2 / January 8, 2011, 8:29 pm

    why has no one identified the greatest cause, or cure, for fibromyalgia? It is MAGNESIUM. There is actually no such disease as fibromyalgia or CFS, they are both, along with many many other symptoms, simply that, symptoms of a rather severe magnesium deficiency. Check it out on the web. Have restless leg syndrome? Take magnesium, preferably magnesium chloride, as a foot soak, or add water and make a paste, use it transdermally. Or, buy some epsom salts and take a bath, daily for a month or two, then a few times a week. You will need calcuim, vitamin D3 also for proper absorbtion, and levels. It effects every single part of the body, yes, and your heart depends on it for proper electric/muscle conduction. Palpitaions? Magnesium. That and a host of other ills gone with magnesium intake. 80 to 100% of us worldwide are deficient.

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