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Juvenile Fibromyalgia Syndrome

By juvenile fibromyalgia syndrome (JFMS) we understand ongoing muscle pain that is accompanied by symptoms such as tiredness, headaches, a tendency towards diarrhea, increased anxiety, tension or sleep disturbances. To make a diagnosis, the doctor checks to see if certain places in the body, so-called “tender points” (pressure points, for example, the elbow) are especially painful.

Current scientific references consider JFMS a chronic pain condition. We also treat it as such.