If you have ever had Rheumatic Fever and have now been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia....what (if anything) do you know about a connection between the two? I'm going in to see a rheumatologist / fibromyalgia specialist and I am curious to know if anyone has information regarding the two illnesses. I had Rheumatic Fever as a young child (I was 4 years old) and I cannot help but think that this was the beginning of my life long struggle with Fibro. Anyone? ShelaBug
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