Welcome to the group! Well, seeing as I don't know much about Fibromyalgia, this may or may not help, but I would stick to anti-inflamitory foods.
Tomatoes, coconut, blueberries, there are hundreds of foods that are anti-inflamitory, furthermore, I would avoid inflamitory foods, maybe sticking to a low carb diet.
Also, I would recommend getting a good unrefined coconut oil if you can afford it. My mom used to not be able to sleep on her sides, because pain would just shoot down her legs, shes been taking the oil for roughly a month and the pain is almost completely gone. If you're interested in trying it, I would encourage you to get this:
Now, some people like the taste of this and some don't, for some it's an aqquired taste, much like anything strong, but if you find that you don't like it, you can always mix it in something. I would suggest mixing it in something warm, because it solidifies in cold temperatures.
Hope this helps!
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