9 Possible Causes of Fibromyalgia To Discuss With Your Doctor

A study suggests that fibromyalgia patients should be monitored for hyperparathyroidism.


Mycotoxins are caused by molds, the spores of which could be inhaled or digested. A urine test can determine if a person has mycotoxins in their system.

Mercury Toxicity

If you have mercury dental fillings, these could be responsible for your fibromyalgia symptoms. Having the fillings removed and replaced with non-mercury fillings could help alleviate symptoms. Your doctor can test you for the presence of heavy metals with a urine test.

Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies

Many fibromyalgia patients are deficient in vitamins B12 and D. In addition, many lack enough magnesium. Having your vitamin levels checked and then taking supplements if needed or addressing the deficiency through diet may help relieve fibro symptoms.

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