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Fibromyalgia: The Complete Guide from Medical Experts and Patients: The Complete Guide for Medical Experts and Patients

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0763746401|9780763746407. Fibromyalgia The Complete Guide From Medical Experts and Patients published in the year 2007 was published by Jones & Bartlett Publishers. Incorporated. View 3187 more books by Jones & Bartlett Publishers. Incorporated. The author of this book is Sharon Ostalecki. page displaying collection of Sharon Ostalecki books here. This is the Paper ...more
Paperback, 330 pages
Published March 31st 2007 by Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc
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Laura
May 02, 2016 Laura rated it liked it
Rereading now to take notes and find additional information to deal with my flares.

I first read this book in 2011, having chosen it in order to understand more about a disease I was unfamiliar with (I was a medical writer for a non-profit institute at the time and had had Lyme infection for two years prior; was struggling to find a doctor I could trust to listen to me and handle my symptoms). As I read it, I found myself noticing how many of my symptoms had changed from the initial Lyme infectio
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Louise Hughes
Nov 17, 2015 Louise Hughes rated it it was ok
It's a bit heavy for the average person.
Bee
Jun 26, 2008 Bee rated it really liked it
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Having a chronic and invisible illness is a weird, frustrating, and lonely thing. I would recommend this book to anyone who's been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and/or their friends, family, partners. It's really a great book and a good resource.
Dawn
Jan 28, 2009 Dawn rated it liked it
This book had a ton of information on Fibromyalgia but nothing that I hadn't read before in every other book. It would be a good book for someone who is a novice with the disease.
Katy
Jun 20, 2015 Katy rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Katy by: My Therapist
this is more of a learning experience, not a book to read cover to cover. great info, recommend to anyone who wants more information about Fibromyalgia
Flippy Odegard
May 22, 2009 Flippy Odegard rated it it was amazing
The best Fibromyalgia book I've read. It's so thorough that it lists treatments that even I haven't heard of yet.
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