I'm a Midwesterner married to a Southerner, raising a family in Las Vegas and appreciating the beauty along the way!
As I understand it, the prevailing theory is that FMS is passed down genetically, but then lies relatively dormant(there are some symptoms but it's manageable)until a traumatic incident (serious infection, surgery, or in my case, car accident)pulls the trigger on it. I think this evidence supports that theory.The studies show that men are much less likely than women to be diagnosed with FMS. I wonder if that is because they are less likely to inherit FMS, or if their bodies are better able to cope with the traumas that usually trigger the disease.
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