Fibromyalgia (FM) is a painful, complex and underrated condition. It’s estimated that approximately five million Americans are living with fibromyalgia, and most of them are women. But what exactly is fibromyalgia? Do men and women suffer from the same kind of symptoms or do they differ according to gender, age or even race?
If you’re wondering about the above question, you’re about to learn the answer for it. This Wellness Medicine video explains the symptoms that many female fibromyalgia patients suffer from, including widespread pain, pressure points, brain fog and insomnia. Even though some of the signs and symptoms of FM can be the same among male and female patients, there are a few that affect more women than men. Watch the video to learn more about it.
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