Collar bone pain

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Is collar bone pain a fibro pain ? Had it last week for about 4 days and it went its self , back yesterday but not sore if its a fibro pain or if i just blame fibro for everything x

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    I've certainly had pain in my collarbones, as well as costochondritis which is pain in the cartilages that join the ribs to the breastbone. Probably is due to fibro. We're so lucky aren't we, getting so many new symptoms as time goes on? 😊x

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    Hi

    I have Fibro and my worst pain is in my collarbone, it can be agony at times. Hope this helps, take care...

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    Yes I get it there I have recently been diagnosed with it and the pain all over my body is horrendous wouldn't wish this on anyone 

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    I've certainly had several days where the pain was what I would expect if I'd broken my collar bone.  Intense to the point of distracting and disappeared  as quickly as it came on.  No idea what brought it on and I've only recently been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia following a PE earlier this year.

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    Yes it's awful I cannot believe how fast it's taken over my body started in my back was in hospital a few times they thought it was chronic pain then they said that it was definitely fibromyalgia just trying to get proper pain relief that will ease it wish you all the best

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    Thanks everyone for the replys , looks like its another pain ill just need to get used to .
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    Think collar bones are considered tender points for fibro exam.
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    i too have fibro and collar bone pain.

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