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Hello and thanks for the question this evening
To answer your question simply....yes. You can experience numbness and tingling with Fibromyalgia.
It happens quite a lot as a matter of fact. http://www.arthritistoday.org/community/expert-q--a/fibromyalgia/fibromyalgia-numb-feet.php
thanks for the link.. I'm not sure what's next for me. I am waiting for an appointment with a Neurologist. The only abnormality that two different internists and my gynecologist could find was fibroid cysts on one of my ovaries and a few small ones in my uterus and low thyroid. All other blood tests came back fine. I have to wait a little while to get into the neurologist which is part of my frustration. My pain and discomfort is getting progressively worse and becoming quite unbearable at times. I haven't slept through the night since Christmas. The internist thinks it's MS, doesn't think Fibromyalgia could cause this kind of pain and numbness. From the link you sent I see that's not always the case. Do you think I should see a rheumatologist instead of neurologist?