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Influence Of Weather On Daily Symptoms Of Pain And Fatigue In Female Patients With Fibromyalgia: A Multilevel Regression Analysis

Ercolie R. Bossema, H. Middendorp, Johannes W. G. Jacobs, J. Bijlsma, R. Geenen
Published 2013 · Medicine

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Although patients with fibromyalgia often report that specific weather conditions aggravate their symptoms, empirical studies have not conclusively demonstrated such a relationship. Our aim was to examine the association between weather conditions and daily symptoms of pain and fatigue in fibromyalgia, and to identify patient characteristics explaining individual differences in weather sensitivity.
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