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Fibromyalgia Action UK
Fibromyalgia Action UK (FMA UK) is a UK charity raising awareness and supporting people with fibromyalgia.
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Fibromyalgia Action UK 11h
Our biggest fans this week: RespectYourself, MartinG8177, InvDisabilities. Thank you! via
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 18
👇🏼This report from may be of interest to some of our followers. Like fibromyalgia, ME is a chronic illness and there appears to be a lack of support in terms of services provided to those suffering from it.
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 18
🔍 Can you see it? Fibromyalgia is an invisible illness which impacts people all over the UK - old and young. Find out more at Help us to make more people by retweeting this quick graphic. 👇
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 18
Replying to @Kittycanosa01
Good morning. If you are unhappy with the service provision, you can change GP's to see if they provide you with more suitable medications etc.
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 17
Fatigue is something which impacts sufferers of fibromyalgia on a daily basis. Sleep is often poor and little, and those with the condition can feel drained and wiped out due to this.
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Salisbury Medical Oct 17
The new Support Cafes and Drop-ins booklet has launched! All groups are open to the whole community, not just our patients. Free tea and coffee is provided. No need to book a place, just come along! Please contact Katy on 01722 424457 for more information or to request booklets
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 17
Fibromyalgia doesn't only impact sufferers. Chris Rankin writes brilliantly about how fibromyalgia not only impacts his partner, but him also. It's perfectly highlights just how debilitating and cruel fibromyalgia can be. 👇
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 17
It's and this measure from M&S may be something which people can benefit from. It is designed to highlight that someone has an invisible illness so that they can get extra help and understanding when shopping. 👇🏼
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Beckey Barton Oct 16
So, I went to a shop with my crutches on what i thought was a good day... until i got to the shop, then it quickly became apparent i wasnt having such a "good" day as i thought!
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 15
It's - Fibromyalgia is a condition which is thought to impact around 1 in 20 people, yet can appear hidden in sufferers. This can frustrate sufferers as people will often not believe them as they look okay. .
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 16
The Money Saving Expert has published a list of tips which could help those with disabilities potentially save some money. Take a look below and see if there's anything which may benefit you. 👇🏼
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Rachel Goodwin Oct 15
I am in constant pain. And I'm talking excruciating joint pain that makes it difficult to walk, every day! I look fine when I'm sat at my desk! 😂😢 on , think about how others might be struggling.
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InvisiblyMe Oct 15
Replying to @fmauk
Absolutely, and this can have a huge knock-on effect to our social lives, relationships, confidence & mental health. I know it's made me feel guilty or even like a fraud, because I look 'fine' so people judge & assume I'm hunky dory, when I'm in agony & exhausted.
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 15
It's - Fibromyalgia is a condition which is thought to impact around 1 in 20 people, yet can appear hidden in sufferers. This can frustrate sufferers as people will often not believe them as they look okay. .
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 15
Click below to read an update on our new head office and how the charity is getting on. 👇🏼
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 15
Replying to @LoobyMcLoobFace
Our accounts can be found on the charity commission website. The link below highlights what the charity does, and money raised is spent on covering this.
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 15
Replying to @LoobyMcLoobFace
Morning! The money raised comes to ourselves via JustGiving.
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 15
A reminder that a group of military personnel will be walking through the Falkland Islands next week in aid of Why not give them some support and encouragement on their JustGiving page below? 👇🏼
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 15
👇 Below is an article regarding people being denied benefits due to the level of painkillers and medication that they were prescribed. It concerns PIP and ESA.
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Fibromyalgia Action UK Oct 13
My week on Twitter 🎉: 47 Mentions, 6.58K Mention Reach, 390 Likes, 163 Retweets, 404K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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