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How Do I Treat My Fibromyalgia Rash?

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If you are someone who has been battling the symptoms of fibromyalgia for any length of time, you know how frustrating it can be to deal with the widespread pain, ongoing intestinal issues, brain fog, and other issues that seem to constantly be wreaking havoc on your central nervous system, your joints and muscles and even your emotional state of mind.

Add to that having to battle with skin pain in the form of skin rashes and it can seem as though fibromyalgia symptoms are never ending and that fibromyalgia pain doesn’t leave any part of a person’s body untouched.

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Though not all fibromyalgia patients will experience fibromyalgia skin pain and rashes, those that do know how uncomfortable these types of skin sensitivities can be.

They also know how unsightly a fibromyalgia rash is and how difficult it can be to spend time among others when you’re in the middle of a severe skin rash breakout.

Let’s look at what are the main triggers that lead to a fibromyalgia rash breakout and what options are available to help treat skin rashes related to fibromyalgia currently.

What is a Fibromyalgia Rash?

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Though there is still very little known about the disease of fibromyalgia, recent studies indicate that developing a fibromyalgia rash is more common than originally thought.

It is now estimated that more than half of all people who are experiencing fibromyalgia symptoms present with skin-related symptoms along with other common symptoms as well.

Because there is no known cure for fibromyalgia, many physicians and other healthcare providers don’t always understand the symptoms that are associated with this disease, and tend to not take it as seriously as other similar ailments, such as rheumatoid arthritis or Crohn’s disease.

But, for the person experiencing fibromyalgia symptoms such as severe itching, swelling, or rashes on their skin, there is no doubt that they should be taken more seriously than they are.

A fibromyalgia rash usually presents on a patient’s torso, chest, neck, and/or forearms in the form of tiny raised bumps that may look similar to a small bug bite, but will worsen over time.

These bumps tend to be highly uncomfortable and create a constant itching feeling for the fibromyalgia patients. Though scratching these bumps will usually alleviate the discomfort for a period of time, it usually means that more severe itching will occur afterward.

Though itching occurs throughout the daytime, it’s often exacerbated at night, adding to sleep problems for the fibromyalgia sufferer. (Who probably already suffers from sleep problems due to their chronic pain.)

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What Causes a Fibromyalgia Rash to Occur?

There are a variety of theories on what may be the leading cause of a person experiencing skin pain and rashes when they are having a flare-up. Let’s look at a few of the most common.

Fibromyalgia Rash and the Central Nervous System

But one of the most common ones has to do with a person’s central nervous system.

Our central nervous system is made up of our brain and spinal cord.

It is a key element of how most of our sensory abilities, perceptions, thinking, and emotions take place and allow us to interact with the world around us.

And when something goes awry with this system, it may result in a person experiencing sensory abnormalities such as severe and unexplained pain, itching, burning, or other sensations without a clear explanation as to why.

Because there is still so much to learn about our brains, much more research will need to be done before doctors and scientists can fully understand how fibromyalgia pain and the brain relate and why these types of sensory sensitivities occur. But, it is definitely clear that there is a link between the two.

Fibromyalgia Rash and Medications

Another popular theory for why some patients experience skin problems like rashes and severe itching is that these symptoms of fibromyalgia may be due to the medications a patient is prescribed to help combat other fibromyalgia symptoms.

For example, if a patient with fibromyalgia symptoms is being treated for irritable bowel syndrome, they may be given a drug that will help decrease the frequency of attacks or the pain associated with it.

If a patient then has an allergic reaction to those medicines, it may very well result in a rash appearing on their skin.

Or, if they are already prone to rashes, the medication may make their skin pain worse than it normally is.

Other fibromyalgia symptoms, like chronic pain, may be treated with certain types of pain relief medications, either over the counter or prescribed by a doctor.

Again, a person who tends to have overly sensitive skin may be warned that many pain relief medications have certain side effects…and severe itching, dry skin, and skin rashes are oftentimes some of them.

If you are someone who struggles with fibromyalgia skin rashes and you have been prescribed any sort of medication, it would be a good idea to talk to your doctor or healthcare provider about the side effects of that particular medication and see if you can both determine if there is a correlation between the two.

Fibromyalgia Rash and Chemical Imbalances in the Brain

Finally, there are many patients and medical professionals who believe that another leading cause of fibromyalgia rashes is the constant chemical imbalances that are taking place inside a fibromyalgia patient’s body.

Many people who suffer from fibromyalgia know that it may be because of a chemical imbalance in their brains that causes their symptoms to flare up and bring physical pain, discomfort, and itchiness to their body.

And remember…rubbing a sore spot or scratching an itch can then prompt your brain to release serotonin, the chemical that’s responsible for alleviating pain and discomfort in the body.

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So, when you scratch that itch, you release serotonin. But scratching the itch will oftentimes make it worse, which then makes your brain insist that you scratch it some more.

In the end, this becomes a vicious cycle of chemical imbalances increasing while skin rashes become worse and your pain and discomfort intensifies.

How to Get Help for Your Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Suffering from the symptoms of fibromyalgia pain is something that millions of people experience every day.

And, with no known cure, it is a condition that all of those people have to find ways to live with until there is one.

At Native Formulas, we have worked with thousands of fibromyalgia patients just like you to help them find the answers they want and the support they need.

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From our long list of blog posts that explore different issues surrounding fibromyalgia, to our free Biofilm Action Plan, we have endless resources to help you live with this disease in ways that it won’t keep you from having the life you want.

Reach out to us today and know that – though there is no cure – there are people who can help and care.

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