Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes pain all over the body, and it is among the most common and least understood of all the arthritis-related conditions. Although millions of Americans have it, there is a great deal that remains unknown about fibromyalgia and how it works in the body. This state of affairs has contributed to a general feeling of confusion surrounding the condition, among both doctors and patients. To help separate fact from fiction, here is what we know about fibromyalgia and its wide range of symptoms.
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