In fibromyalgia, there are three main types of pain: hyperalgesia, allodynia, and paresthesia.

Chronic pain        is just one of the many symptoms that  fibromyalgia        almost always   shows   , but for me is the most común.El pain affects all aspects of my vida.Pago dear for all the physical activities I do; Even the smallest stain can lead to a big increase in my symptoms. Fibromyalgia pain is unique due to the severity, complexity, and multiple systems involved. Fibromyalgia has three main types of pain:        hyperalgesia, allodynia, and paresthesia.

Hyperalgesia literally translates to excessive pain:       “Hyper” means excess and “algeria” means pain. Allodynia is the pain felt when you touch or rub the skin. For example, light pressure on clothing or a light massage causes pain or a light breeze that blows across the skin. Paresthesia is a weird nervous sensation that feels like something crawling, teething, burning, itching, or numbing, like an emotion in the midfoot or a burning sensation in the But, to be honest, those words don’t make little sense to those who don’t have fibromyalgia, then to give to those who have no idea what it’s like to live with this painful and debilitating condition. 1. Burning of the skin. Sometimes my skin seems to be on fire, it looks raw. Imagine spending hours in the sun without sunscreen, then taking a bath in the sea and salt water that burns damaged skin. So get dressed at night and rub your clothes against your skin. When you have fibromyalgia, clothes can only cause this pain, you don’t need sunlight. 2. Sharp / burning pain  This is a pain that is particularly difficult for me to bear. It’s so serious it makes me breathe. The pain comes in waves and is accompanied by nausea. 3. Pain in the joints. My pain in the joints is a shooting, throbbing pain. It mainly affects my knees, but can affect other areas as well. 4. muscle pain My muscles are still sore. Even the smallest activity causes them to beat and burn. I find it impossible to feel calm when my muscles hurt, it bothers me. 5. Spirespasmen Experiencing   muscle spasms daily, they are almost constant. It’s as if he’s not controlling your body, as if unforeseen forces are manipulating you. 6. Sharp pain  Feel like someone is using you like a voodoo doll. 7. Between throbbing pain and throbbing pain. I’m sure it’s a technical term, but “the combination of itching and burning sensation” is the best way to describe it: it’s deep in the muscles and it’s impossible to scratch. It also causes a shock in the affected part of my body. 8. Bruising sensation. It is crushed and sensitive on the skin but also inside. The chest and rib cage often appear swollen, which can make breathing painful (kostokondrale pain). 9. Whole body failure. When I’m hypersensitive, I feel an unpleasant sensation all over my body: the slightest touch or movement sends a throbbing pain around my body. 10. Stiffness Imagine a healthy person hitting the gym after months of inactivity. Lift weights and train your whole body: the next day they feel stiff and have difficulty moving. A person with fibromyalgia wakes up every morning and feels like this It looks like he was wearing a dress under his skin, two sizes too small. 11. Radiating pain I have pain that has a central point, but radiates from that point. The pain can start with the back, but also with the legs, for example. 12. Pain caused by contact. Even the slightest contact with a loved one can cause pain, I need two very large sizes in soft and homogeneous material. I use larger size soft flat shoes and have to cut my hair because it hurts my skin badly. Touching causes many of the pains I have described. 13. Migraine/headache I don’t think a day without a headache could be due to tension. Migraines are exacerbated by stress and hormones. I lose my sight and the pain is so intense… The slightest movement, touch or noise produces a throbbing pain around my head and face. 14. Skin tickles. It seems like a thousand bugs came around my skin. In fact, it’s quite scary. 15. Hypersensitivity. Some days the sound is unbearable. In an instant, I experience pain, nausea, dizziness, shaking and a menacing panic attack. But it’s not just noise, he’s also hypersensitive to smells, light and touch. Yes, a strong perfume can hurt me. 16. Irritable bowel syndrome.Fibromyalgia is often associated with other conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Contrary to popular belief, IBS pain does not only manifest in the gut, but also radiates to other parts of the body, especially the back. It is a sharp, burning pain. Gas trapped in an already inflamed bowel is one of the most painful symptoms of IBS, it is overwhelming. Pain is not the only symptom of fibromyalgia, but it is the symptom that has the most negative impact on my life and my health. 

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