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A condition causing generalised pain, tiredness, sleeping problems and poor memory. Medication is usually ineffective.
FMA UK operates as a signpost to information and resource for people who are affected by fibromyalgia.
Whether you’ve been recently diagnosed with arthritis, living with it for some while or think you may have the early signs, we’re here for you.
Provides high quality information and support to empower patients to take control of their arthritis and campaigning for change.
"It's really important to keep moving your body, if you stay still for too long you will seize up."
Watch this video on Facebook from BBC Lifestyle and Health News in which women with fibromyalgia come together to share their stories and help one another.
This website can help you understand what persistent pain is and offers tips, advice and information to help you self-manage your condition and enjoy a better quality of life.
NHS Pain Management Programmes (PMPs) help people to live with chronic pain by helping them to learn ways of dealing with the disabling effects and distress caused by being in pain.
Our online service provides the opportunity to:
Create your own Library of resources.
Set goals for yourself.
Join conversations in our online community.
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PainPals Helpline – 01202 858361
Mon-Fri 11:00 - 16:00
Wed 14:00 - 16:00 only
Would you like to speak with someone who truly understands what it’s like to live with chronic pain? Call our helpline, which is manned by volunteers who live with pain themselves.