Andrea’s interview of living with Fibromyalgia

Beth’s Fibromyalgia Diagnosis

Hi Beth, what were the circumstances of your fibromyalgia diagnosis? It all started in December last year when I started to feel like I had a very bad flu. I was aching all over and felt really out of sorts. I was signed off work and ended up spending Christmas in bed...
Fibromyalgia and Isolation

Fibromyalgia and Isolation

Many fibromyalgia sufferers who contact me or have visited the clinic in the past, often talk about how being diagnosed with fibromyalgia caused them to feel isolated. I totally get this having experienced this for myself and particularly once I’d realized there...
Andrea’s interview of living with Fibromyalgia

Justine’s Fibromyalgia Diagnosis

Justine’s Fibromyalgia Diagnosis Where does your story begin and what were the symptoms that concerned you prompting you to see your GP? November 2018 – I started suffering with painful shoulders and upper arms which coincided with my right thumb becoming severely...
Fibromyalgia and the Affects of Worrying

Fibromyalgia and the Affects of Worrying

We all worry from time to time and it’s difficult not to worry when you have to cope with an unpredictable illness like fibromyalgia.  Occasionally a bit of a worry is helpful, especially in the process of recognizing a problem and then finding a solution....
A Fibromyalgia Flare Up

A Fibromyalgia Flare Up

Living with fibromyalgia can be a very isolating experience. It’s a complex condition characterised by wide spread chronic pain, fibromyalgia brain fog, fatigue, heightened sensitivities and a host of other symptoms that fluctuate on a daily basis, not to...
Fibromyalgia Symptoms: “Fibro Fog”

Fibromyalgia Symptoms: “Fibro Fog”

Fibromyalgia is characterised by widespread muscle pain but as any sufferer will tell you ….. it doesn’t stop there! Fibromyalgia is a syndrome which can be a primary condition or it may exist secondary to another illness and it’s important to know...