Pregnancy and Fibromyalgia Resources

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Welcome to the most comprehensive resources about pregnancy with fibromyalgia I could create for you.

Having created some of the only resources around pregnancy and fibromyalgia, I am so proud to have helped to close an information void. In 2013 I found myself pregnant with no idea how I was going to cope. My doctors knew very little. I was too miserable, exhausted and sore to figure out how to find the (minimal) information to help me cope. All of my resources are created to help you get the information you need, fast, and to enact it to have the best pregnancy you can have.

the best repository about pregnancy and fibromyalgia

Free Pain Management Options Download with Plan

This is your completely free list (three pages) of natural pain relief options for pregnancy, with your pain relief plan template. 

My Pain Relief Plan with Natural Pain Relief Options Pregnancy Edition

My book! The 2021 Edition.

If you would like the shortcut through all of my blog archives and pregnancy diaries with tips of fertility, pregnancy, delivery, breastfeeding and the early years of parenting with chronic pain and fatigue, this book will give you that! It also features advice from other fibro mamas.

With FOUR brand new chapters and updates to reflect my fourth pregnancy and any new literature – grab your copy now.

Some Popular Articles I’ve Written about Pregnancy, Parenting and Fibromyalgia (chronic pain, chronic fatigue)

For all of the articles I have written see the categories box and choose “pregnancy and fibromyalgia” or “parenting and fibromyalgia”.

kids activities for fibromyalgia flare

managing early pregnancy symptoms with chronic pain and fatigue picture of pregnancy test

Items for a Fibro Mama

Nursing with Fibromyalgia: A Giant Roundup

Coping with a Toddler (Fibro or not!)

Things to Consider Pre Pregnancy with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue

Preparing for the Postpartum Period with Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia

Tips for Coping with a Newborn and Fibromyalgia (Chronic Pain and Chronic Fatigue)

The Best Books I’ve Read About Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Yoga for Fibromyalgia When Pregnant

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Pregnancy with Fibromyalgia Diaries

Pregnancy Diaries from Baby Number Two in 2016 and Baby Number Three in 2018

For all of my pregnancy diaries use the category bar and choose “pregnancy diaries”.

Pregnancy Diaries 2018: The First Trimester of Pregnancy with Fibromyalgia

Free Micro Course

pregnancy and fibromyalgia micro course

My free Microcourse –Pregnancy and Fibromyalgia: Arm Yourself with Knowledge, this is five lessons about pregnancy, labour, nursing and parenting with fibromyalgia from part of the first module of the full eCourse. Join us here.

The Facebook group

Where we chat through trying to conceive, pregnancy, nursing and early parenting with Fibromyalgia together. Come and join!

My full eCourse

Take my shortcut – don’t waste your precious energy on doing the information gathering, it’s all right here for you. Prepare for pregnancy before you are pregnant. Learn how to rest well during pregnancy. Make a pain management plan. Think ahead to how you will cope during the third trimester, delivery and those early months. Learn all you can to prepare yourself for nursing.

pregnancy and fibromyalgia resources

Blogs to Check Out

Other mamas doing this journey

Chronic Mom

Being Fibro Mom

Porcelain Fibro Mommy

The Spoonie Mummy

The Incidental Parent

The best of the few articles online…

This is a great article to start with for a complete run down of pregnancy and fibromyalgia.

Some of the suggestions on how to cope:

When planning a pregnancy, it can be helpful for a woman with fibromyalgia to consider:

  • finding a healthcare team who understand fibromyalgia as well as pregnancy

  • how to make time to rest

  • what drug-free ways are there for managing pain

  • learning as much as possible about both pregnancy and fibromyalgia management

  • planning a system of help throughout pregnancy and in the first weeks after delivery

I can help you with the second – fifth suggestions in my course!

I would also add to learn about nursing and potential back up options PRIOR to delivery.

If you come across something that you think I should feature here – do let me know!!