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Fibromyalgia is an often misunderstood disease affecting women more than men and adults more than children. This guide tells my personal story and how I am coping with this illness. I give details of the things that help me in the hope that they may help you as well. I have used simple language to describe the illness and its effects rather than using the often confusing and scary medical jargon with which we are sometimes bombarded in our daily battle with this disease.

©2016 Kim O Shea (P)2017 Kim O Shea

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Basic info but reassuring

If you have done lots of research you probably won't hear anything new. However if you are looking to connect to another's story with fibromyalgia just for 20mins it is worth the few dollars to listen. I also recommend Toni Bernard She has 3 books of mix of research and personal experience. How to live well was my fav.

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Basic information

it is okay for those newly diagnosed but nothing I didn't already know. not very indepth/very basic and only good to read if you're newly diagnosed and not sure what it means to have fibromyalgia.