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Fibro Pain Caused by Excess AVS Nerves, Research Suggests

Fibro Daily July 4, 2013

New research suggests that the pain, tenderness, muscle weakness, fatigue, and pain associated with fibromyalgia may be caused by an excess of nerves that run to the Arteriole-Venule Shunts. This increase in nerves causes a greater difficulty in regulated blood-flow, which causes fatigue and muscle pain, as well as and a greater input of sensory information, which causes an increased perception of of pain and heat. The difficulty regulating blood-flow leads into previous hypothesis regarding the cause of fibromyalgia, in that it can cause ischemia, a condition believed to be responsible for some fibromyalgia pain.

Read more: Too Many Nerves: New Pathology Discovered in Fibromyalgia



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