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The Fine Print of Fibro

Amanda Leanne

Publisher: Amanda Boyce

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There are several books already on the market about Fibromyalgia. This one is not like most of the others. The Fine Print of Fibro mixes legitimate medical information, personal anecdotes from the author, and blunt advice on living a lifestyle with this diagnosis. The author isn’t gentle or flowery about the difficulties faced, nor is she speaking from a completely negative perspective. Many people are unaware of what a life with Fibromyalgia is actually like and how hard every day can be when you have these medical limitations. From medical terminology to the prescriptions and over the counter medications to use, the types of medical personnel you will be working with, tips on functioning on difficult days and ways to reduce stress, the book covers a plethora of topics dealing with the world of a Fibromyalgia patient. Anyone who has or knows someone who has, or perhaps is just interested in learning more about, Fibromyalgia, would gain a good bit of information and insight from The Fine Print of Fibro.

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