I believe the doctors have said they don't really know what causes fibromyalgia. Everyone I know who has it has been under tremendous stress during their lives for long periods of time. It could be mental, physical, or emotional or a combination of all 3. I'm not talking about having a hard day every now and then, but the kind of stress inflicted over a long period of time from living w/ an abusive spouse or parent. They also worked extremely hard physically (they were all freakishly strong) for many years before developing this disease. Is there any connection between these stresses and fibromyalgia or other types of arthritis? Thank you all, Heather
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