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*Reblog*ADHD More Common in Women with Fibromyalgia, Study Shows — Fibromyalgia Resources

I just came across this blog post and found it very interesting!

Fibromyalgia’s most common (and well known) symptoms include muscle pain and fatigue. The condition, however, also includes a range of symptoms affecting memory, attention, and concentration, known collectively as dyscognition. Dyscognition may be “more disabling than chronic pain,” the study’s authors write, but is mostly under-recognized or under-treated. They concluded that the higher FIQ-R scores “could […]

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