04.07.2017

Friday 5: April 7, 2017 fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue news

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April 7, 2017 fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue news | Fed Up with Fatigue

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Indian Express: Glenmark gets USFDA nod for milnacipran hydrochloride tablets

A generic version of Savella, one of the three drugs approved by the FDA to treat fibromyalgia, is on the way. 

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Huffington Post: 3 key devices to relieve chronic pain

Contributor Puja Rios shares three devices she’s found helpful for reducing fibromyalgia pain. 

(You might also be interested in checking out my post, “6 pain relief devices for fibromyalgia.”)

3.

Empowered Sustenance: 5 reasons we must search beyond science for healing

Just because something isn’t backed by a research study doesn’t mean it won’t work…

4.

Fibromyalgia News Today: Fibronomics and how this concept helps those with fibromyalgia

Practical tips for modifying our body movements in order to reduce fibromyalgia pain. 

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February Stars: 3 top tips for dealing with afternoon fatigue

Ideas for getting over the afternoon slump…

This week on FedUpwithFatigue.com…

Thyroid conditions can mimic the symptoms of fibromyalgia, and you can have thyroid dysfunction even with a normal TSH test. Find out how to be properly evaluated for thyroid disorders and their connection to fibromyalgia here! | Fed Up with Fatigue

 

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Comments

  1. I have recently been on Savella for the past months starting on the starter pack and then 50 mg twice per day. A side effect of nausea to start and it increased with acid reflux and burning so bad anything I tried to eat wanted to come back up. I also started having trouble of swallowing. I called my doctor to get instructions to wean my self off this medication. I now will need ultrasound And endoscopy. I know medications effect everyone differently but after reading various reviews on Savella I would not recommend it to anyone.

  2. Rita Shaw says:

    I would love to try the fisher wallace device, it helps greatly with anxiety, insominia, and many other issues. Only problem is you have to buy upfront them maybe your insurance will reimburse you, unfortunately I don’t have the resources, or I would purchase one, I read if your a veteran, or in immediately family they will also cover it. I just wish there were options like pymt plans. Be safe all 🙂

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