The prevalence of psychiatric and chronic pain comorbidities in fibromyalgia: An acttion systematic review.

  title={The prevalence of psychiatric and chronic pain comorbidities in fibromyalgia: An acttion systematic review.},
  author={Bethea Annie Kleykamp and McKenzie Ferguson and Ewan D. McNicol and Ida Bixho and Lesley M. Arnold and Robert R. Edwards and Roger Benton Fillingim and Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk and Dennis C. Turk and Robert H. Dworkin},
  journal={Seminars in arthritis and rheumatism},
  volume={51 1},
Patients With Fibromyalgia, Depression, and/or Anxiety and Sex Differences
In the study population, patients with fibromyalgia belonging to lower social strata were less likely to present with depression and anxiety, and the male sex may pose as a risk factor for depression and/or anxiety in patients with Fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia and Depression: A Literature Review of Their Shared Aspects
Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic pain syndrome characterized by widespread, persistent pain that lasts more than three months without an evident organic lesion. FM has been considered controversial
Comorbid Conditions in Temporomandibular Disorders Myalgia and Myofascial Pain Compared to Fibromyalgia
Patients with MFP were more similar to those with FM regarding comorbidity and should be differentiated from MYA in clinical settings and pain management.
Patient Perspectives of Disease Activity, Medications and Substance Use in People with Fibromyalgia
For patients living with fibromyalgia in this study, there were high levels of disease activity, psychological distress and fatigue, and patients described the need to accept disease-imposed limitations and life adjustments.
The Efficacy of Vitamin D Supplementation in the Treatment of Fibromyalgia Syndrome and Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain
A systematic literature review of randomized controlled trials to establish whether vitamin D (25OHD) deficiency is more prevalent in CMP patients and to assess the effects of vitamin D supplementation in pain management in these individuals suggested a possible role in alleviating the pain associated with FMS and CMP, especially in vitamin D-deficient individuals.
Is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Considered as Comorbidity in Clinical Trials of Physical Therapy Interventions in Fibromyalgia? A Scoping Review
The aim of the review was to identify whether the presence of IBS was considered in the selection criteria for study subjects for those clinical trials that have been highly cited or published in the high-impact journals investigating the effects of physical therapy in FM.
Impact of resilience on disease severity and psychiatric comorbidities in patients with fibromyalgia
It is found that patients with fibromyalgia had a significantly lower resilience and higher prevalence of psychiatric comorbidities than the control group and there was a significant negative correlation of resilience with disease severity, visual analog scale of anxiety, and VAS of depression.
The role of the vagus nerve in fibromyalgia syndrome
Cognitive-Behavioral and Personal Construct Therapies for Depression in Women with Fibromyalgia: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Possible relations between arterial hypertension and cervical spine fibromyalgias (literature review)
This thorough literature review demonstrates that clinical studies examining possible relationships between hypertension and cervical spine fibromyalgia are at lack and require further considerations.


Psychiatric comorbidity and childhood trauma in fibromyalgia syndrome.
  • N. Gündüz
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Turkish journal of physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • 2018
Based on the study results, CTEs may play a critical role in the development of fibromyalgia and may be related with comorbid mood and anxiety disorders in FMS patients.
Psychosocial Factors in Fibromyalgia Compared With Rheumatoid Arthritis: I. Psychiatric Diagnoses and Functional Disability
Although the pathophysiology of fibromyalgia remains unclear, co-morbid psychiatric disorders and functional disability remain an important focus of treatment in this population.
Comorbid fibromyalgia: A qualitative review of prevalence and importance
This qualitative review examines the evidence for comorbid FM in illness, and where available the effect of FM on the primary disease and warns physicians to be alert to the possibility of comorbrid FM.
Co-morbidity and physician use in fibromyalgia.
Comorbidity with other disorders, both functional and medical, was high in this sample and medical and psychiatric comorbidities were stronger determinants of high physician use than "functional" comor bidity.
Comorbidity of fibromyalgia and psychiatric disorders.
There is substantial lifetime psychiatric comorbidity in individuals with fibromyalgia, including the possibility that fibromy arthritis might share underlying pathophysiologic links with some psychiatric disorders.
The impact of mood, anxiety, and sleep disorders on fibromyalgia.
The complexities of fibromyalgia and its comorbidities
A greater proportion of psychiatric and rheumatologic disorders are associated with FMS patients than the population, and physicians treating patients with either condition should keep in mind that these patients may have such comorbidities and should be treated accordingly.