This is my first time on this site. I was diagnosed about 25 years ago, along with depression. Symptoms were manageable for many years.
In 2005 I was in flare-up, during this time I was rear ended in a car accident. Since then I have been getting worse,
Life is good, but has been very diffucult at time. Seems more and more other symptoms seem to link many of us
together, I am now having some cardiac testing. No results yet.
My question is, are many of you in this community also finding CARDIAC problems are another link to this disorder/disease ?
I haven't heard of a link between fibro and heart troubles either, however, lupus patients can have cardiac involvement and it's quite common to have lupus or another autoimmune disease along with fibro.
Have you ever been tested for lupus or other autoimmune diseases?
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