From the article: “This year, after switching neurologists, though, her new doctor suggested one of the new CGRP inhibiting [migraine] drugs – Ajovy. … In the 39 days since starting Ajovy, she’s had but a single slight migraine and, get this, no fibro flares since then.”
This is a really nice overview of GLA-funded research for Lyme treatment. I’m so thankful we have groups like this that are funding research.
For the past couple of years, I’ve noticed there’s been a lull in impactful fibromyalgia research. I thought maybe I was just imagining it, but apparently my colleague Cort Johnson has noticed it, too. In this article, he covers the disparities between attention and funding for fibromyalgia research vs. chronic fatigue research.
From the article: “These data display a predominance of female cases of certain age groups, most of whom identify as white. The reasons for this are hard to explain, but could be related to differences in health seeking behaviour between women and men and an increased exposure to tick habitats due to leisure activities in children and older people, as opposed to occupational exposure in younger adults.
From the article: “Researchers Drs. Andrea Pfalzgraf and Kim Jones are looking into whether people with fibromyalgia feel invalidated or stigmatized, and if so, how that is affecting their lives. If you have fibromyalgia, you can help them by filling out their survey and sharing your experiences.”
And an extra…
Chronic Mom: 10 fascinating tools on my chronic pain wish list
Shelley from Chronic Mom shares her wish list of devices and other treatments that she’d like to try for chronic pain.
Got Lyme questions?
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Body Electric Summit…
Drs. Dietrich Klinghardt and Christine Schaffner are hosting the Body Electric Summit on Oct. 7-13. Find out more, and register here!