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Can fibromyalgia cause eye pain?

Is it possible to cause eye pain because of fibromyalgia? Why or why not?
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  • Tyler george


    It is true that fibromyalgia is one of the most mysterious disease that we might suffer. Generally speaking, it concerns our joints and muscles, however, sometimes it would give rise to a lot of problems all over our body, leading to some headaches, eye pains as well. Because it affects our nerves and immune system. Just try to consult a doctor if anything strange happens.
  • Paige


    Yes, it is possible to cause your eye pain because of fibromyalgia. Once you get the dibromyalgia, your eye nerves will be affected. The whole body immune system will be affected. Your eyes nerves will make a little pain. That is the reason for your eye pain. You could take some medicine to calm yourself. Then you could use some eye drops to release the symptom.
  • John eddy


    The anwser is actually yes. A fibromyalgia might affect eyes' function more or less. As a matter of fact, fibromyalgia is a kind of nonarticular rheumatism, the most representative symptom of this disease is mostly parts of the musculoskeletal system feeling pain and stiff, eyes is one of the parts. What's worse, it can even give rise to many disease such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and so on. The other reason which lead to eyes problem is lacking of rest. People who get fibromyalgia can not have a good rest. It means they have dyssomnia, which will also have a marked impact of eyes' regular circulation finally cause eye pain. Thus, if you got this disease, you'd better to see a doctor to recover it as soon as possible.