Fibromyalgia patients commonly have neurological symptoms

09/23/2009 | Reuters

People who have fibromyalgia are more likely to have neurological problems, including troubles with balance and tingling and weakness in the arms and legs, a report says. The study found these patients also had a greater dysfunction in some nerves in the brain, along with sensory problems.

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