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Fibromyalgia Medication Options - How Is Fibromyalgia Treated?
There are a few FDA-approved medications for fibromyalgia and more are in development. Drug treatment options include medications that ease symptoms, relieve pain, promote sleep, or fight fatigue.
Fibromyalgia Screening Quiz
Fibromyalgia is difficult to diagnose. Combinations of symptoms can occur which overlap with other autoimmune diseases. There are symptoms which are considered "defining" of fibromyalgia. There are also symptoms considered "non-defining" but they often occur as part of fibromyalgia syndrome.
Fibromyalgia - Test Your Knowledge
Fibromyalgia is often regarded as a medical enigma. Symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome can overlap with other conditions making it difficult to diagnose. How much do you know about fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia 101 - Free Newsletter E-Course
Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by body aches, pain, sleeping problems, extreme fatigue, depression and anxiety, in combination with tenderness of specific areas (muscles and tender points) on the body. Learn more about fibromyalgia by signing up for our free newsletter e-course.
An In-Depth Report: Narcolepsy
An in-depth report on the causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of narcolepsy. The two primary symptoms in narcolepsy are: excessive daytime sleepiness (with frequent daily sleep attacks or a need to take several naps during the day), and temporary and sudden muscle weakness (called cataplexy), usually brought on by strong emotions.
Patient Information: Xyrem (Sodium Oxybate Oral Solution)
Information about Xyrem, from Jazz Pharmaceuticals.
CenterWatch Newly Approved Drug Therapies: Xyrem (Sodium Oxybate)
Xyrem (sodium oxybate) is an oral solution approved for the treatment of cataplexy associated with narcolepsy. Cataplexy is a debilitating symptom of narcolepsy characterized by the loss of muscle control in response to extreme emotional stimuli such as laughter, anger, or surprise. Sodium oxybate is a central nervous system depressant and a gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB), a known drug of abuse.