After reading an article someone posted, I was just wondering how many people have been diagnosed with both Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain. I was first diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and then about a year later was diagnosed with Chronic Myofascial Pain. I thought at first they were the same thing but now I realize that they are totally different. My myofascial pain is in my upper back and neck and produces terrible migraine and muscle tension headaches. I have sore spots (trigger points) all over my upper back and muscles pulled so tight at times that my ribs pop out of place. How have people who have been diagnosed wth both of these handled their treatment? Does your doctor/doctors treat both independently or do they lump them together and try to fix both at the same time.
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