Fibromyalgia is a syndrome in which you experience long-term pain throughout your body as well as tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues.
Other names are Fibromyositis, Fibrositis and chronic muscle pain. Diagnosis requires a history of a least 3 months of widespread pain, along with pain and tenderness in at least 11 of 18 tender-point sites.
There is great similarity between the symptoms of Fibrositis and of the symptoms of Candida. Medical treatment has been primarily focused on pain relief, relaxation and psychological support.
While this is somewhat helpful, it does not address the cause nor affect a cure.
If primary Candida is suspected, the use of anti-fungal agents, alternative medical support for the immune system, probiotics to repopulate the bowels, and a low sugar diet may be effective in those who have Fibromyalgia as a result of a concurrent Candida infection.
Since Fibrositis can be directly related to Candida, you should try one of the treatment programs to regain control of your health.
The programs are described in detail in the book "Candida Albicans - The Hidden Disease".
There are many programs that only use one step or one supplement. Be wary of these programs because Candida is very adaptable and it takes some time to get it under control.
Try one of the treatment programs and see if your chronic muscle pain is created by a Candida overgrowth.