Joint Hypermobility and Fibromyalgia | Is there a connection? | Carole Scrafton

For a number of years I have explained many times that I believe my Fibromyalgia is a result of my Joint Hypermobility and in this post I talk about it. My #chronicblog post will also take you to an article by Carol Eustace, an Arthritis and Joint Conditions Expert, who writes for verywell.com and she… Read More Joint Hypermobility and Fibromyalgia | Is there a connection? | Carole Scrafton

Research study: James Lind Alliance – Determining the Research Priorities of Adults with Fibromyalgia, their Caregivers and Clinicians: A Priority Setting Partnership for Fibromyalgia

Hi everyone Here’s an opportunity to help the direction of future research studies into the ‘Priorities of Adults with Fibromyalgia.’ This text is taken from the James Lind Alliance: Adults with Fibromyalgia Survey this explains the basic details of the study that can be found on the link given below: ‘The CIHR Institute of Musculoskeletal… Read More Research study: James Lind Alliance – Determining the Research Priorities of Adults with Fibromyalgia, their Caregivers and Clinicians: A Priority Setting Partnership for Fibromyalgia

Article from Fibromyalgia News Today (FNT) – Skin of Fibromyalgia Patients Could Provide Disease Clues

Article from Fibromyalgia News Today (FNT) – Skin of Fibromyalgia Patients Could Provide Disease Clue I’d like to share this interesting, but short article that has expanded my opinion about the link between Fibro, inflammatory/autoimmune disorders and Connective Tissue/Collagen Disorders. Via this link:  Skin of Fibromyalgia Patients Could Provide Disease Clues Via:  Fibromyalgia News Today.… Read More Article from Fibromyalgia News Today (FNT) – Skin of Fibromyalgia Patients Could Provide Disease Clues