16 of the Funniest (and Most Relatable) Tweets About Fibromyalgia


Living with fibromyalgia can be tough in a number of different ways. Not only are there the physical symptoms, but many also struggle with the side effects it can have on your lifestyle, relationships or mental health.

Whether you’ve had a rough day and want to scroll through something light, or you just need a reminder you’re not alone, reading funny tweets can sometimes give you that lift you need — if only for a moment.

Check out some of the funniest (and most relatable) tweets about fibromyalgia we’ve found, and let us know your favorite in the comments below:

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