This is very interesting. I found it most interesting that they were focusing on "hand" pain as this is the main source of my pain. I have always found the form of my pain in my hands to be unique to explain. Its almost like a burning or pulling feeling and its so hard to describe to someone who has never felt it before. Knowing that it might be specific to FM is oddly comforting. I know that sounds strange, but when you have so many things go wrong over a life time and then find out that they are all under one umbrella, its nice to know your not a hypochondriac. So thanks for sharing View Thread
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