Curious if you could pass fibromyalgia along to your kids? Watch this to find out!
Transcript: Certain genes could predispose people to developing fibromyalgia and other common coexisting conditions. A University of Cincinnati study found that relatives of fibromyalgia patients were EIGHT times more likely to also develop fibromyalgia than family members of people without the condition. And according to a study of twins, genetics controls about 50 percent of the risk of developing chronic pain, and the environment accounts for the other 50 percent. More »