Migrating pain The worst pain may move from place to place

Another truly maddening aspect of FMS is that the worst pain can be in your lower back today, your neck tomorrow, and maybe in your upper back the next day. Or maybe your whole spinal column is okay now, but you're having a serious problem with pain from irritable bowel syndrome or chronic headaches — both common conditions for people with fibromyalgia.

Pam says that her fibromyalgia feels like a kind of radiating pain that pops up like a poltergeist in new places all the time. She never knows when or where it'll hit her next. It's the kind of surprise she'd prefer to live without, so Pam is actively seeking treatment.

Fibromyalgia isn't the only chronic medical syndrome. Many medical problems are chronic. High blood pressure is a chronic problem for many people; diabetes is another. Many people suffer from chronic back pain. You're not alone in experiencing a chronic disease.

As if the other symptoms weren't enough . . .

Some people with FMS suffer from an array of other symptoms beyond pain, fatigue, sleep difficulties, brain fog, and so forth. Here are some annoying, but more unusual, symptoms:

I Restless legs: People with this symptom feel an achiness and irritability in their legs (sometimes at night when lying in bed) that makes them move about or shake their legs.

I Paresthesia: Also known as "pins and needles," this symptom primarily affects the legs, hands, or feet of fibromyalgia sufferers.

I Tinnitus: A high-pitched ringing in the ears is a problem that some people with fibromyalgia experience.

Of course, these symptoms may be caused by other medical problems, so if you have them, be sure to let your doctor know.

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