By Pat Anson, Editor
Forget the roses and the bottle of wine. When it comes to romance, fibromyalgia is a buzz killer.
A new survey of fibromyalgia patients has found that well over half believe that chronic pain has significantly harmed their romantic relationships.
The survey of 1,228 adults in the U.S. who have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia found that pain was having a widespread impact on their social life, home life, work and school attendance, and exercise habits.
Pain also took a big toll on romance. Nearly 70 percent said fibromyalgia pain has affected their physical intimacy with a partner or spouse. And over half (55%) said fibromyalgia had negatively impacted their romantic relationships in some way.
Read more at National Pain Report.
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