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ALL Symptoms of Fibromyalgia | Fibro Mom

August 29, 2019

hey you it’s Evie 🙂 welcome back to my
channel if you’re new here I’m known on YouTube as fibro mom the channel here is
based on everything with chronic illnesses not just fibromyalgia although
it does seem to be the common one okay you guys you know there’s so many
symptoms that comes with fibromyalgia it’s really hard to keep track of a
minor and major symptoms now remember everyone is different one of you could
have ten of these symptoms and they’re all pretty mild
you know headaches regular aches and pains you know that kind of thing and
then another person could have just five of those symptoms and they could be very
bad like migraines constant flare-ups late sensitivity there’s there can be so
many right so let’s just get started you guys cuz there’s quite a few so I’m
going to try to get through pretty quickly on my phone if you can grab a
piece of paper and a pen make just one little line for each symptom that you
have cuz I’m really curious to see what you will have at the end of it I should
have done this myself just something I thought of all right it’s a long list
you guys just remember there’s plenty of other invisible illnesses that may
microfiber mail job there are a lot of like like MS limes CFS M EE there’s tons
of them you can pause the video really quick if you’d like to grab your paper
and pen right number one activity level decreased to less than 50% of pre
illness activity level to look cold hands and feet three cough floor craving
carbs 5 delayed reaction to physical activity or stressful events I was
talking about this to a couple people before you know I call it like the
flight or fight flight or fight it’s a nice calm I don’t remember but it’s you
know like something terrible happens to like another family member or or your
friend just had a baby whatever it is it’s like something that pops up it’s
something really great or something really bad someone passes away it’s like
you go in this mode where you can handle it
once it’s all soaked and get that minute to breathe it all hits you like a ton of
bricks I think that’s what it’s talking about that’s why we could have flare a
flare can come a week a month later six drain us of eyesand or mouth seven
family members with fibromyalgia eight fatigue made worse by physical
exertion or stress I think that’s a very popular one for fibro nine feeling cold
often feeling hot often 11 frequent sighing you guys never realized how much
I do that videos I added a lot of it out but Hart populations it’s a light god
different patterns I believe that’s what that means really quick ones are it’s
not study thirteen hoarseness fourteen increased the first fifteen low blood
pressure below 110 over 70 sixteen low body temperature below ninety seven
point six seventeen low-grade fevers I have another video for that you might
see it before this one are right after eighteen night sweats nineteen poor
circulations and hands and feet by the way cinnamon it can help adapt twenty a
recurrent flu-like illness twenty-one shortness of breath with little or no
exertion twenty two severe nasal allergies newer worsening allergies
twenty-three sore throat 24 sweats twenty-five symptoms worsened by air
travel twenty six symptoms worsened by stress twenty seven symptoms worsened by
worsened by temperature changes twenty eight tender swollen lip notes
especially in the neck and underarms I noticed a little in my neck sometimes
but I don’t really checked I don’t think to check of that twenty nine tremor or
trembling thirty unexplained weight gain or loss yes especially weight gain chest
pain diffuse swelling growing pains that don’t go away once you are done growing
thirty-four headache 35 in play inflamed rib cartilage joint pain lumpy tender
breasts morning stiffness muscle pain muscle spasms muscles twitching muscle
weakness pain that ranges from moderate to severe pain that moves around the
body paralysis or severe weakness of an arm or leg
I’ll um put my answers at the end of the video for you guys to if you’re just
curious a restless leg syndrome rabbit pain scalp pain like hair being pulled
out tender points or trigger points TMJ syndrome just like that jaw pain
voodoo doll poking sensation in random places your nerves are being pinched all
right now these are own neurological can’t talk you guys
neurological all right I’m 52 blackouts brain fog feeling spaced out inability
to think clearly lightheadedness noise and tolerance numbness or tingling
sensations photophobia which is sensitivity to
light seizures seizure like episodes sensation that you
might faint fainting tinnitus ring I can never say
that right it’s ringing in your ears which some of you might remember in
older videos but I was very hard of hearing so that might just be my problem
their vertigo or dizziness okay no the next ones are equilibrium or perception
all right 66 bumping into things clumsy walking difficulty balancing difficulty
judging distances when driving act directional disorientation dropping
things frequently feeling disoriented disoriented disoriented frequent
tripping or stumbling not seeing what you’re looking at poor balance and
coordination staggering gait not seeing what you’re looking at I’ve done that
quite a bit like looking at distance in it’s like I’ll be like Nate look at this
one over there goose or whatever I said here’s a water fountain some of you call
it water bubbler okay now this is about sleep alertness energy best late at
night altered sleep-wake schedule awakening frequently difficulty falling
asleep difficulty stainless lee excessive sleeping extreme alertness or
energy levels late at night isn’t it odd I’m I think it has to do with those
clans on I can’t remember falling asleep at random and sometimes dangerous
moments fatigue late or broken sleep pattern muscle spasms twitches at night
narcolepsy sleep disturbances sleep starts or falling sensations teeth
grinding toss and turning unfresh turning or none or start if sleep 94
vivid or disturbing dreams nightmares alright there is no
95 to 103 have to do with eyes and vision blind spots and vision eye pain
difficulty switching full focus from one thing to another frequent changes
inability to see well night driving difficulty occasional blurry vision poor
night vision rapidly worsening vision and vision changes okay this is
cognitive becoming lost in familiar locations when driving confusion
difficulty expressing ideas and words difficulties following conversation
especially if background noise is present ok there’s difficulty following
in a lot of this so I’m just gonna skip the difficulty ok following directions
while driving 109 following oral instructions following a written
instructions making decisions moving your mouth to speak paying attention
putting ideas together to form a complete picture putting tasks or things
in the proper sequence ok I’m difficult to recognize faces difficult speaking
known words remembering names of objects there Spence ponies that’s told me some
funny stories with that remembering names of people understanding what you
read her long term difficulty with long-term memory with simple
calculations was short-term memory distracted during a task doors to
feeling – don’t disoriented to drive forgetting how to do a routine things
impaired ability to concentrate inability to recognize familiar
surroundings losing track in the middle of a task
remembering what to do next losing your train of thought in the middle of a
sentence all the time a loss ability to sustain ‘wish some colors poor judgment
short-term memory impairment slowed speech staring in the space trying to
think stuttering stammering switching left and right transposition
reversal of numbers words and/or letters when you speak isn’t it frustrating 140
trouble concentrating using the word using the wrong word
we’re finding difficulty yeah so hottest ponies I’ve talked to have that problem
uh anger outbursts anxiety or fear when there’s no obvious
cause attacks of uncontrollable rage decreased appetite depressed mood
feeling helpless and are hopeless you know which that’s that’s completely
normal when you’re dealt with an illness that’s gonna cause pain and all these
other symptoms for the rest of your life to me it seems like it’d be perfectly
normal inability and joy previously enjoyed activities irrational fears
irritability overreaction panic attacks personality changes oh sure like before
and after being diagnosed phobias suicide attempts suicidal thoughts
tendency to cry easily okay now the next one is all GI your
stomach and stuff abdominal cramps bloating decreased appetite food
cravings frequent constipation frequent diarrhea heartburn increased appetite
intentional gasp irritable bladder irritable bowel syndrome IBS nausea
stomach ache vomiting weight gain weight loss one hundred seventy eight seventy
eight decreased slip it off sex drive decreased sex drive and give me an D but
I can never say this right when I need to for those I have in doubt you know
what I’m talking about frequent urination components menstrual problems
painful urination or bladder pain pelvic pain prostate pain urinary frequency
worsening of PMS last section you guys you see how I keep messing up my words
as we go along sensitivities alcohol intolerance hypersensitive to touch
alteration of taste smell or hearing order sensitivity sensitive sensitive to
chemicals and cleaning products perfume act food to light to mold to annoys to
orders to yeast getting yeast infections frequently on skin oh well I say I
haven’t heard of that one I’m sensory overload
god yes we can make a whole nother video about that sensitivity to pressure
changes temperature and humidity please let me know in a comment section below
if there’s one that you want described better if you want a video describing it
better just talking about that topic a little bit more we could do that um let
me know how many of those you have down below but thanks so much for watching I
appreciate it especially if you listen to all the way through I know that’s a
lot of words so thanks so much for listening make sure you comment below
let me know how you’re doing and if you like this video good bye
make sure you share it with others that I have fibromyalgia so it’d be kind of
interesting to see in the comments section because a lot of those about you
guys but I couldn’t relate to so much on that list I will talk to you in the
comments icon below alright love yes


  • Reply FIBRO MOM November 14, 2017 at 4:15 pm

    Hey fam! Longer video here but shows you what we fight with every day. Please help me spread awareness by sharing this video ?don't forget to tell me how you have been here. Off to visit mom, she's struggling more than ever lately but answers soon xoxo Evie

  • Reply ícҽís թհօҽղíx July 27, 2018 at 6:29 pm

    Hi sweetie thank you for this information bless you. I feel like my body is rotting away I can't go on. I must quit cannabis because it is making it WORSE! There's no light ?

  • Reply Erica tatro home of ET's happy rabbit tree July 30, 2018 at 1:24 am


  • Reply Mama Bear July 30, 2018 at 9:23 am

    So there is a genetic link? Myself, my bio mom, & my adopted mom are convinced that I have fibromyalgia. Getting a dr to listen is proven to be impossible so far. The furthest I’ve gotten is x rays & a “well you’re bones are fine”. Yes. I know my bones are fine it’s not my dang bones lol. My bio mom was diagnosed with fibromyalgia several years ago.
    I’m stunned how many of these symptoms I have. A lot of which I had no idea were related. I’ve been like this so long I couldn’t even say when it started. It’s definitely gotten worse over the years. I just wish I could find a dr who’d take me seriously for once.

  • Reply Jaydon Reid August 1, 2018 at 5:03 pm

    im not diagnosed but i got about 130 or 140… they have been trying to diagnose me for about two years, because when we started testing i had broken my wrist sophomore year of highschool im now starting me freshman year of college and they still wont test me or try to at least for fibro.

  • Reply VinnieMozzie August 13, 2018 at 10:10 pm

    129 I think I might have fibromyalgia ?

  • Reply Tom akram August 17, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    Ive had this 4 years now and it's hell I'm totally different active levels on floor and getting medical help is pointless in UK … I never thought I'd say this but I would love to feel normal again everyday is like a massive battle getting through day a drain worst thing most people think I'm lazy if they didn't know before fibromyalgia most days I wish I was dead as I don't have any good days

  • Reply Tom akram August 17, 2018 at 5:29 pm

    Awesome vids keep up the great work

  • Reply Marsha Rodriguez August 19, 2018 at 10:32 pm

    Wow you have done an excellent job with this very long list. I like to ask about a couple of specific symptoms. I have no concept of time. For example I might think 30 minutes has passed when it’s been 2-3 or more hours. Does anyone else identify with this? Concentration is a constant challenge on a daily basis. Distraction is horrible. I can start my day with 1 or more must do’s and by the end of the day I’ve not done even 1. I will start out by getting a load of laundry ready then I’m cleaning out drawers, organizing closets, hangers etc the 1 load of laundry never gets done. I am very clumsy, drop things many times a day, have bruises from bumping into stuff and spill water, food, bags of garbage also on a daily basis. I try to laugh most of this stuff off but when it happens way to many times on the same day it’s not funny at all. Sometimes I feel like people think I can control these symptoms as we know we can’t. No one seems to remember that pre fibromyalgia I was never late, always prepared and did more than my share for family & friends only because I wanted to. Hope you all have a great day week month or year(s). I need help especially with my time management or how to know the difference between minutes and hours. I have set up alarms, timers, reminders etc with zero success!
    Thanks for the info!

  • Reply ODD-one out n about August 25, 2018 at 8:25 pm

    All over pain,,feels like in bones,,hot and cold,,low thyroid,,insomnia,,ibs,,severe acid reflux,,sleep disorders,,fevers,,mainly exhaustion anf pain,,virus type symptoms..just feel horrible most days..rib pain also…had this since 52 ,,bed bound most days..tinnitis,,use to get panic attacks,,still get anxiety,,loss of balance..horrible quality of life,,does vary..tried everything almost..its torchure..begged GOD for healing and prayed for others..feel this is punishment from GOD for my past sins..ivr repented but dont feel forgiven..finding it difficult to love GOD anymore..sick of it..

  • Reply Paula May Watson August 30, 2018 at 6:01 pm

    I think it was approximately 145 for me. It was hard to keep up some of the time lol
    I would say that I struggle the most when the weather changes and my kids are playing and I have tasks to complete (like bills and budgets etc.) because that's when I'm flaring up and the sensory stuff goes on over drive and the fibro Fog is in full gear. I feel lost and stupid and like a failure to my kids as well as to society as a whole during those moments.

  • Reply the king August 31, 2018 at 4:47 am

    I love u

  • Reply Shawna rocks her feathers with hoops williams September 2, 2018 at 6:27 am

    Jesus Christ 94 symptoms!?!?! I'm seeing a rheumatologist because of body pain and because I have an autoimmune disease thats out of hand!!! I wont be suprised but my derm thought rheumatoid arthritis…never thought of fibro! Would explain so much tho…

  • Reply penny lee September 6, 2018 at 2:50 am

    Hi so I have 63 off your list, also what about itchy inner ears? I have felt like this for about 15 years and it's getting worse as I get older(currently 35) I go to my docs but the don't do anything.

  • Reply Amani Mohamed September 8, 2018 at 3:21 am

    I have 73! Plus gluten intolerance and clicking of joints which my doctors have put on my fibromyalgia.

  • Reply manymusings September 11, 2018 at 10:07 pm

    Where can I find this list online in print form?

  • Reply Maria Nolan September 12, 2018 at 1:53 pm


  • Reply Cottageinthecity September 23, 2018 at 4:28 pm

    I got 60! I haven't been diagnosed with anything but osteo arthritis and carpal tunnel. But I've been going to the doctor and chiropractor trying to get someone to listen to me. It's very frustrating. I just want to know for sure what I'm dealing with…

  • Reply Ashley Cline September 24, 2018 at 9:30 am

    I haven't been diagnosed yet but I'm working on it..I checked off 102 out of 200..

  • Reply Natalie Morgan September 27, 2018 at 7:41 am

    It's not called "Lyme's". It's called Lyme, and it is what you have. There is no such thing as fibromyalgia. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia by the world's top experts and years later 100% of my symptoms went away with Lyme treatment. Lyme is also the cause of multiple sclerosis and many other diseases. My mother had multiple sclerosis which was also caused by Lyme disease. Ditch your doctor and find yourself an LLMD if you want to get your life back. This is a political disease so don't expect an easy diagnosis and treatment. You need to be intelligent and proactive if you want to get better.

  • Reply Mark namer September 27, 2018 at 8:48 pm

    you described the last 6 years of my life.

  • Reply miss reacher September 27, 2018 at 11:02 pm

    The biggest suicides are fibromylagia sufferers I have it and I understand the pain it drives you bonkers!

  • Reply Ringer Heringa October 1, 2018 at 9:40 am

    The only symptom I don't have is a dry vagina. Must be because I'm a man. But seriouly ; Fibromyalgia is caused by the "wiring" in your brain malfunctioning, which makes you feel pain and all the other stuff, even through there's nothing wrong with your muscles etcetera. Life sucks…

  • Reply Michelle Smith October 2, 2018 at 3:17 pm

    I have 90 % of those symptoms! Crazy!

  • Reply Michelle Smith October 2, 2018 at 3:19 pm

    Frequent sinus infections is also a symptom due to yeast buildup in your system.

  • Reply KJS October 2, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    167 🙁

  • Reply LexyStevens715 October 4, 2018 at 2:56 pm

    Fibro runs in my family and I’ve been dealing with symptoms for years and never knew what it was until my mom mentioned it and now I’m shook. I have 130/200 of the symptoms. Im seeing my doctor soon i will talk to her. It would make so much sense.

  • Reply Linda Garcia October 7, 2018 at 5:00 am

    Have u heard of ALLODYNIA there r 3 kinds i have all 3…its linked to fibromyalsia…

  • Reply Er Roneous October 9, 2018 at 1:21 pm

    You know what I think? That is soooo many symptoms, just for one disorder! Seems almost like they need to revise the medical literature and categorize fibro into subtypes. I bet you there is no other disease/syndrome that has so many symptoms, because they usually break it up into different things at that point. I lost count after 50 symptoms. Does anyone else feel like they have different types of flares, that come and go, sometimes overlapping? Hugs guys ?

  • Reply Ayako Hanami October 11, 2018 at 5:43 pm

    80.. ( ̄(工);; ̄) (Crying Bear)
    I’m sad that we all have to deal with this pain on a daily, 24/7 basis.

  • Reply Linda Daterra October 16, 2018 at 4:18 am


  • Reply Dynamic Design LTD October 22, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    Thank you X? I unfortunately have all but one I'm concerns me is the floppy foot this pain goes over my foot up my leg and makes it go numb and turn inwards, also have a dole ache in the back of my thigh. With a sharp pain then the above happen's scary

  • Reply Nick Woodruff October 22, 2018 at 8:07 pm

    I have no idea if I have fibre or Costo but I have occasional bad back, dry skin, intolerance to noise, slight tremor, right side chest burn, pinching under right rib, tender ribs after lifting, some breathlessness, sometimes difficulty speaking (being articulate), remembering names (even obvious film stars), remembering numbers/dates, occasional dizziness, sensitivity to stress, IBS, anxiety (sometimes a panic feeling), recently got over LPR after one year, fatigue, not able to sit and relax/sit still.

    What do you think?

  • Reply 0 p October 23, 2018 at 9:13 am

    I have must of them at moment ?

  • Reply Dynamic Design LTD October 23, 2018 at 12:02 pm

    Thank you for this video ???

  • Reply Dynamic Design LTD October 24, 2018 at 8:16 am

    You are amazing keep doing what your doing ? thank you and blessing your work and awareness. This illness has brought me to my knees thought I was going mad lol it's horrid.

  • Reply Dynamic Design LTD October 24, 2018 at 9:14 am

    I have every all symptoms ?

  • Reply TheHouse Wren October 24, 2018 at 2:18 pm

    All of this is so familiar to me! Thank you for this!

  • Reply Carol A. Estrella October 27, 2018 at 9:59 am

    193…. Good lord

  • Reply Animeart170 October 27, 2018 at 8:29 pm


  • Reply DJ Ray October 29, 2018 at 10:16 pm

    Question, did you feel the moment it kicked on? I was DJinv a wedding and all of a sudden I felt weird. It came on instantly. Did this happen to anyone else?

  • Reply VatorXavier2208 November 1, 2018 at 4:45 am

    135. I'm shocked… I have experienced all of these near daily for years and I had no idea what it was. Thank you so much. Shaking from extreme weakness atm.

  • Reply lorrainethepain November 1, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    I didn't count exactly, but I have 50 – 75% of everything on that list and none of my doctors, including my rheumatologist, will diagnose me with fibromyalgia. They blame my breast cancer and related chemotherapy. The cancer is long gone, thank God.

  • Reply Michelle Hummitzsch November 7, 2018 at 11:00 pm

    Fibromyalgia is a real illness and unless you have experienced it DO NOT disrespect those of us that are going through it!!!

  • Reply pam bradshaw November 8, 2018 at 3:43 am

    Hi Evie – I’m new here. Just subscribed when I found your channel.
    I’ve had Fibro for 10 yrs + now. Also Degenerative Disc Disease and Arthritis. Listening to you talk about this list, I didn’t count but have almost all the symptoms you read. Hoping to gain so updated info here plus see what helps others that might help me and visa-versa. Before Fibro, I never sit still. With Fibro, the simplest of things are now a struggle. If I overdo it today, then I pay for it big time over the next few days.
    Not planning to write a book post but wanted to share a little about myself. Thanks for offering this channel. I’ll do my best to help out in any way. Hugs! ???

  • Reply Kirara's Mom November 11, 2018 at 12:22 am

    Hyperacusis is pain in the ears.

  • Reply Kirara's Mom November 11, 2018 at 12:24 am

    Anyone had Hep C ? Anyone had this? If not , all Fibromyalgia patients should be tested. I got it from mouth sores and gums from ex partners 15 years ago.

  • Reply Kirara's Mom November 11, 2018 at 12:30 am

    I have frequency urination with burning and sting of groin, memory loss , concentration, stiff and aches, sensitive to light and sounds (Hyperacusis), veritgo after bending, mucles stiffen after stretches, irritatied, Anxeity, use to have IBS, pins and needles in toes and fingers, forget words in sentence, and writing, spasm in hans, Arthritis, disc degenerative disease, poping and cracking neck, sting behend eyes, headaches from sounds and light, dizzy from meds, tingling all over, and bowles incontinence.

  • Reply Dynamic Design LTD November 13, 2018 at 9:36 pm

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  • Reply Customer Service November 16, 2018 at 5:26 pm

    Has anyone ever gotten pains under their right rib cage? Sometimes I freak out because I think my livers in pain or I'm having a gallbladder attack but all tests come up clear. Sometimes I feel like I'm going crazy. 🙁

  • Reply Latoya Hale November 17, 2018 at 11:41 pm

    The only symptom I dont have is yeast on my skin,I suffer from all the other one's you mentioned, thanks so much,GOD bless everyone in your struggles, by jesus's stripes we are healed,this condition has gotten so bad that I need disability, Ylu have to quit working for 12mths or work 15 hours or less, This disease is hell

  • Reply Optimistic pessimist November 20, 2018 at 4:51 pm

    I went to the website and I have 187 symptoms. I was diagnosed almost 2 months ago.

  • Reply Daniel Mogavero November 25, 2018 at 12:29 am

    kratom is the answer for fibromyalgia

  • Reply Fibro Pulse December 1, 2018 at 5:44 pm

    Thanks so much for providing all of us with such a comprehensive list of fibromyalgia symptoms! Love this video! ?

  • Reply Millicent Evans December 2, 2018 at 10:37 pm

    Hi fibro mom having this invisable illness is in no way easy. Having chronic pain 24/7 is no joke I have been battling this illness for more than twenty years. Tried everything there is from the pain clinic and my g p said he does not want to kill me. My life has totally changed. I wish a cure could be found. I know now that I am not alone, I am in pain right now and I can hardly move my body. I find your videos informative and if you lived near i would give you a big hug. Because I know the battle your going through. But we must never give up we should dress up and show up. U get me this illness we must not let it define who we are. Keep standing.keep strengthening ourselves. Have a lovely evening.❤

  • Reply Eve K December 3, 2018 at 1:29 pm

    When you can't remember

  • Reply Eve K December 3, 2018 at 1:34 pm

    Didn't count but i know just hearing them.

  • Reply Eve K December 3, 2018 at 1:36 pm

    Decreased apetite

  • Reply nikki Guh December 6, 2018 at 9:27 am

    Sounds like bullshit

  • Reply Bionic Babe aka BB December 7, 2018 at 5:19 am

    I scored 153. It's sad but I'm also not surprised. With the device in my back and working a lot with new specialists, I have hope.

    Thank you for sharing this. I was in a sports accident on 01/01/2010 where my spine got broken in 3 places. Thankfully I can still walk. I know that part of my pain and issues are caused by my spine injury. But I also developed a lot of other pains and issues that I felt wasn't my back. Something else was causing it. Like the head to toe, flu-like, 24/7 severe muscle pain. Stuttering and talking slower… And over the last 9 years, it has gotten only gotten worse. Especially the pain. It wasn't until March last year, after seeing many specialists, that I saw someone who looked at the bigger picture and diagnosed me with Fibro.

    It made me bawl my eyes out. Not that, at the age of 30, I have (as of present day medical technology/medicine) an incurable illness/syndrome but that I finally know the name of what I have been battling all these years. Now that I know what I am up against, I can actually try known treatments to help the symptoms of it instead of blindly reaching for things to try and hope it works.

    As for my back pain, I have a device in my back called a Spinal Cord Neurostimulator. It sends pulses of electricity directly into my spinal cord and it helps blocks the signals of nerve pain from reaching my brain. Fully internal, controlled by remote and recharges through my skin. Neat stuff! It sadly doesn't help with the muscle/joint pain of the Fibro but it does help with some of the nerve pain in my mid/lower back, hips and legs. It's actually because of this device that I have hope that one day medical technology and medicine will advance far enough to find a treatment for Fibro. May not "cure" it but maybe develop a medicine that gets rid of most, if not all, symptoms. I know it can be difficult, believe me I know, but we need to stay strong. We all deserve to live a happy and healthy life.

    Much love to you all. <3 BB

  • Reply ZombiePandaParty December 10, 2018 at 8:54 pm

    I have 168. It often feels like my brain and spine are on fire and sometimes my tongue feels like when you touch it to one of those rectangular battery tops.

  • Reply Joy Sawyer December 13, 2018 at 5:23 pm

    I have most of those symptoms. Depression ends up taking over because I seldom leave my bed anymore. I have no life.

  • Reply moog Dome December 13, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    Your a very attractive Lady, and have a beautiful heart so caring. Thank you for helping fellow sufferers. Stay safe and God bless
    Yes, I'm in a lot of pain and brain fog, exsaustion.

  • Reply L J A December 20, 2018 at 3:40 am

    You must not be having a fibro flare 'cos your makeup is perfect! Isn't it difficult managing your long hair with fibro? I had to cut my mine short. The weight of my hair made it difficult to shampoo and brush it.

  • Reply L J A December 21, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    What makes you such an expert on Fibromyalgia?

  • Reply L J A December 21, 2018 at 2:41 pm

    How much do YT pay you to just read the information to us??? ?

  • Reply L J A December 23, 2018 at 12:33 am

    You're an opportunist cashing in with YT on your illness..
    you annoyingly ramble on in your videos with this whiny little ADHD girl voice. ?
    I PRAY that there's a cure for Fibro someday just so you will SHUT THE FUCK UP!!! ? MERRY CHRISTMAS MARSHA!!!! ?

  • Reply Mir. San. December 26, 2018 at 3:20 am

    OMG! you have mentioned almost everything on that list. Glad to know people like us are not alone. My face hands and feet sometimes my entire body swell up like a balloon have struggle with this for so many years!
    DRs need to study more about this illness and I I'm also a mom, they are what keep me going . God Bless!

  • Reply crimson angel January 7, 2019 at 3:30 pm

    I'm at a rheumatologist appt to see if I have Fibromyalgia because a neurologist told me I should get checked for it. Not being sure what all the symptoms are I searched and found your video. I have all of these symptoms. I couldn't have put it all into words since it's hard to describe things. Thank you so much for posting this. I hope I can get some answers today. I'm really tired of all the running around with Drs and not being able to find out what is wrong with me.

  • Reply Malka Ringel January 25, 2019 at 3:20 am

    There are too many symptoms to list. I was in a hospital group of 8 women to learn how to live with fibro. Meditation to relieve stress, helps as does gentle stretching yoga. Severe stress was partially responsible for my having fallen ill in 2008. Don't even try to explain to anyone about fibro. They won't ustand the chronic pain we live with. I don't know where you are reading from but it's not that interesting bcz you are just listing quickly. I lost 20 % of my vision and I don't know why. I am 62 so I now have other issues of health that affect my ability to stand/walk. Women are more affected than men, as we are the caretakers….generally speaking. To sleep, sideways with knees bent +a cushion between your knees. Also a cushion behind your back, so you can lean your elbow without pressure. There are also ways of moving to do household tasks, to reduce undue stress on the body. Swimming is a good therapy as well. Let's face it. This is not fun. I use strong pain meds as I have severe shoulder pain at all times. I must keep my parts covered as in 2 layers…..One cannot plan social outings bcz we never know where we will be on the pain level scale and don't want to disappoint. Lastly, I have subscribed though I wonder if I might learn something here, since you are so young. (No offense intended) CHECK OUT "Martin Rutherford" on you tube. Both him and a colleague give a comprehensive presentation (explanation) of fibromyalgia

  • Reply Simphiwe Zungu January 26, 2019 at 6:07 pm

    i have alteast 90 percent of what you said???????

  • Reply Simphiwe Zungu January 26, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    tinnitus and the restless legs syndrome are my worse, i think i can tolarate the pain m nw used to it???? but tinnitus almost had me taking my life

  • Reply Itgirl_ Kriss January 29, 2019 at 3:55 am

    Has anyone else felt a sort of shaking feeling in the head/body? Feeling you will pass out or actually passing out?

  • Reply goku son February 6, 2019 at 8:42 pm

    Wait so I have fibro and im just now discovering it. I have like 80% of those symptoms.

  • Reply Cali Beam February 24, 2019 at 8:28 am

    I got 150. I think I may have Fibro. I was tested and got positive a.n.a and they thought it was Lupus. The first time it was positive and second time was negative and then they couldn't figure out what I had at the clinic. This was in 2016. They wanted to run one more blood test and send me to a Rhemotologist/ specialist. I haven't had insurance since then. 🙁 but I'm feeling worse by the day. When I do finally get insurance or can afford it I'm definitely going to ask to be checked for this.

  • Reply ZombiePandaParty March 1, 2019 at 1:29 pm

    I some times have pariphrel vision loss. And lapses in judgment , I took a hot lid off a pan and then grabbed the hot part because it got too heavy for my other hand. Yesterday I almost sat on the toilet with my pants on. Sorry for any spelling and punctuation problems I don't remember lots of stuff. Also I get bad headaches from reading and dizziness from fast turns when driving and flashing lights also when person on game or movie falls and camara fallowes them.

  • Reply Felicia Cole Bailey March 1, 2019 at 11:04 pm

    What about the burning skin?

  • Reply Chris Child March 11, 2019 at 9:14 am

    Only getting diagnosed with this after extensive testing after everything else has been ruled out. I can deal with the stiffness, the weakness on off and this that and the other to a certain degree but it’s the horrific on and off nausea that I can’t stand! I rarely actually am sick due to it but it makes me feel soo sick and rubbish, I’ve learned to push past and eat something healthy to carm it but regardless it’s so random day to day, sometimes can go days or weeks actually where I don’t suffer with that side, then bang it comes back as fast as it disappeared. It’s been nearly a year since I started feeling very unwell but like I never felt before,, basically started like what felt like a nasty flu bug,, just sadly it never really left me! Able to work reduced hours these days but it’s so hit and miss with just my day to day life, makes it very hard to plan anything. Recently started using this CBD oil stuff people kept recommending! and it’s helped with the muscular pain but doesn’t fully give my strength back that I so desperately miss. The real irony behind me was before this all started I was working full time and really doing well at the gym and even and a PT building me up, but again and again I was hit with what seem like random bugs then few weeks of nasty flu like symptoms then never felt fully my old self again. On a up note blueberries are supposed to be great for my condition and I eat loads and love them now! Had to end this large comment on a up note!

  • Reply Kamie_Lee_ March 21, 2019 at 10:21 pm

    I wonder if I have this… I have a lot of these symptoms… I really need to get tested.

  • Reply penny lee March 26, 2019 at 8:19 am

    It's took 6 months to see a specialist. I was diagnosed yesterday with severe fibromyalgia.

  • Reply Justin C. March 27, 2019 at 3:12 am

    Has anyone heard of someone getting stem cells for fibromyalgia and having success?

  • Reply Justin C. March 28, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    Do you ever have body parts swell up ? My tongue feet and hands tend to swell especially after hot tubs or hot showers. But sauna doesn't do it it just makes feel irritated.

  • Reply Shaquera Gregory March 29, 2019 at 7:06 pm

    I had 145 of them.

  • Reply ZombiePandaParty March 31, 2019 at 3:15 pm

    Where did you find this list?

  • Reply Tasha Wuollet April 1, 2019 at 5:32 am

    I don't have fibromyalgia but I do have hypochondria. I also recognize that I have 117 of your symptom list.

  • Reply Mary Blackfield April 3, 2019 at 8:38 pm

    155 symptoms!! Was diagnosed about 8 years ago. Also have Hashimoto’s disease over 2 years now.

  • Reply Matthew Dykstra May 7, 2019 at 5:24 am

    I stopped counting after counting after 50 and I am on 14 different meds and creams. I think the worst of my fibro is the fibro fog I ended up in a hotel over night paid for by the airline and stupid me left my Tylenol in the room and did not realize it until I got to my destination and could not afford to get more as mine are paid for by the government. Thank god I am staying with family and they had some.

  • Reply Shantelle Carey May 30, 2019 at 8:38 pm

    🙁 101

  • Reply Anna Hurt May 31, 2019 at 7:12 am

    Hi I have just about all those plus more not listed. Im working on starting my own channel to help bring awareness and understand on fibro and more.

  • Reply Anna Hurt May 31, 2019 at 7:12 am

    Oh mines in the server category I'm a mom of 4 kids as well.

  • Reply Jennifer Black June 19, 2019 at 4:47 pm

    I counted of 108 of the symptoms. I was only just diagnosed last month after having lost my job almost two years ago because of my performance being sub-par (due to the brain fog and spacing out and stuff and because of missing work on days when the pain was too much). Now my doctor is urging me to try and go on disability. Not having to look for (and keep) a job would be less stressful, all right!

  • Reply Sara Spikes June 21, 2019 at 11:23 am

    wow I have so many of these and some I didn’t even know could be fibro (the voodoo doll feeling omg when you said that I’m like wow what a perfect way to describe!) thanks for the video I am in the process of seeking diagnosis. I will go back through and see how many I have now but almost all of them! ? I have 116 on the list

  • Reply Juju C June 25, 2019 at 7:06 am

    Every darn one in some sort of crazy way I'm still waiting in my rheumatologist appoint to confirm idk smh…I've had symptoms since child they just all balled up like a ball of yarn I'm 43 now wow!!! ??? GOD HELP US ALL !!!

  • Reply Tania M. July 1, 2019 at 12:33 pm

    Do you have this list in text form somewhere, like your blog? I couldn't find it.

  • Reply Oriana Markovic July 2, 2019 at 4:49 am

    I got 99. I'm not diagnosed but a coworker told me to look into after breaking down and crying bc of chronic pain at work

  • Reply It’s me Beth D July 3, 2019 at 9:15 pm

    Does this also cause burning muscles as well honey

  • Reply Carissa Layne July 30, 2019 at 4:10 am

    Great video! I just got diagnosed and this really put things in perspective!

  • Reply Kristi Thomas August 7, 2019 at 11:22 pm

    100 apply to me and I haven’t been diagnosed yet. I have other medical issues I’m dealing with at the moment but this is next.

  • Reply jocelyn carillo August 18, 2019 at 7:27 am

    Add colitis and chron desease

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