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Fibromyalgia and Uterine Fibroids

Treato found 128 discussions about Uterine Fibroids and Fibromyalgia on the web.
0.84% of the posts that mention Uterine Fibroids also mention Fibromyalgia (128 posts)
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Researching why my life has taken mentally physically a turn n twist
| Donna
I know I have fibroids witch have brought many questions to my similar symptoms but unrelated could it be fibromyalgia as well. possibility ,rare,occur,hasnt occurred,commonly ?I have experienced depressed states increasingly mood swings ,loss of memory ,tiredness ,pain tht strikes me intensely mentally and physically,fatigue,I recently fainted or blackedout ..things that bother me have never bothered me the way they do presently.....I sit in one spot day after day fear of physical pain .losses of train of thought...I have to autistic toddlers at home I wonder if the related disorders associated with autism such as sensory disorders is hereditary....I got to find out if this is a key factor to my son's daily life.he suffers sensory problems it affects his daily living,learning,coping,ect..

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