Evidence for the existence of fibromyalgia is clear; studies indicate that dysfunction of the central nervous system occurs. Additionally, the role of the peripheral nervous system in fibromyalgia is also problematic. It is now also apparent that fibromyalgia is really not one disorder, but is instead a group of pain disorders that have some common traits.
As new information continues about this disorder, we can learn to use existing drugs and other treatments for this group of disorders in new and better ways. And new and better treatments will probably emerge as well!
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