Just wondering if fibromygela leave leisions on the brain?
I don’t believe so, no.
thanks rizzo, I’m yet again trying to find a milder illness, hate all this waiting just another few weeks for results of scan and lumbar
Hello Mel I dont believe they do as fibromyalgia I am led to believe isnt a neurological illness, although it has got something to do with the brain sending the wrong messages to parts of the body, I was diagnose several years ago an dthe way the diagnose Fibro is by finding out whether the patient has severa tender points as listed for you below
Tender points are specific places on the body (18 specific points at 9 bilateral locations) that are exceptionally sensitive to the touch in people with fibromyalgia upon examination by a doctor.
The nine bilateral muscle locations are:
- Low Cervical Region: (front neck area) at anterior aspect of the interspaces between the transverse processes of C5-C7.
- Second Rib: (front chest area) at second costochondral junctions.
- Occiput: (back of the neck) at suboccipital muscle insertions.
- Trapezius Muscle: (back shoulder area) at midpoint of the upper border.
- Supraspinatus Muscle: (shoulder blade area) above the medial border of the scapular spine.
- Lateral Epicondyle: (elbow area) 2 cm distal to the lateral epicondyle.
- Gluteal: (rear end) at upper outer quadrant of the buttocks.
- Greater Trochanter: (rear hip) posterior to the greater trochanteric prominence.
- Knee: (knee area) at the medial fat pad proximal to the joint line.
hope this helps