And It's About Time There Was Some Support For Cushing's!
Many helpful books are prohibitively expensive, so you may want to check them out of the library, if possible. I found these from amazon.com interesting.
If you know of any good books that I've left out from this list, please let me know.
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Myofascial Pain
Syndrome : A Survival Manual
by Devin J. Starlanyl, Mary Ellen Copeland (Contributor)
The publisher, New Harbinger Publications , August 7, 1997
Surviving This manual offers the first comprehensive patient guide for managing these conditions. Readers learn to identify "trigger points" and find out how to cope with chronic pain, sleep problems, and the numbing effects of "fibrofog." Includes a wealth of information on the conditions and finding support.
by Jenny Fransen, R.N., and I. Jon Russell, M.D., Ph.D. (Smith House, 1997)
Daniel J. Clauw, M.D., Division of Rheumatology, Immunology, and Allergy, Georgetown University Medical Center
This book will be extremely helpful to the entire fibromyalgia community.
Carol S. Burckhardt, R.N., Ph.D., Division of Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases,
Oregon Health Science University
Without a doubt, it is the most complete, factual and readable guide that has yet come on the market.
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About
Fibromyalgia: The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse The Disease
by R. Paul St. Amand, Claudia Craig Marek
The author, R. Paul St. Amand, M.D. , February 13, 2000 said: "Misconceptions about one appendix Several reader-patients have misinterpreted one appendix. No dietary restrictions exist for fibromyalgia. The salicylate content of foods was added for information and to help avoid applying such extracts to the skin. Hypoglycemics must however follow the recommended low carbohydrate diet.