What has been important to me is to know that there is a group of people who are working to find new answers to help me with my pain. I wouldn’t wish FM on anyone and I hope the day will come when we won’t have to suffer so much.
Patty Larson, Dallas, TX
I’ve been a member of the NFA since it very first started back in the 1990’s! I remember telling my family that FM was real because there was now an organization that was helping people to understand what it was like to have FM. The information I gained as a member of the NFA has helped me to have a better life today. Thank you to everyone at the NFA who has worked to help our community!
Eve Lett, Long Beach, CA
I was only diagnosed with FM two years ago and I felt so all alone. I had no idea that there were so many other people living with FM. Thank you for providing a community where I know that I am not alone!
Heather Kelly, New York, NY
As a man with FM I want others to know that FM is real, and it affects both men and women. Thank you for letting me share my story as a man who is a member of the NFA.