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Exploring fibromyalgia: insights from generative reprocessing therapy (TRG) for a comprehensive understanding of treatment and management

Journal of Neurology & Stroke
Annamaria Gomes Pereira, Juliana Bezerra Lima-Verde, Jair Soares dos Santos 


Fibromyalgia is a debilitating condition that significantly impacts the quality of life of many people worldwide. Little is known about its origins, but it is understood that the emotional component plays a crucial role. Treatments aim to improve patients’ quality of life, but there is never talk of a definitive cure. However, Generative Reprocessing Therapy (TRG) has shown positive results in cases where the emotional component leads to unresolved conditions. The aim of this study is to report the case of a patient treated with TRG after conventional therapies failed to yield results. The patient signed a consent form to participate in the study and completed questionnaires about her quality of life before and after TRG, rating from 0 (poor) to 6 (excellent). The results covered various parameters: satisfaction with romantic relationships (0 to 5), sexual satisfaction (2 to 6), enjoyment of life (2 to 6), satisfaction with physical appearance (2 to 6), confidence in professional competence (3 to 6), feelings about the past (1 to 6), and optimism about the future (2 to 6). The results presented are promising and consistent with others found not only in cases of fibromyalgia but also in depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and panic disorder that used TRG as the primary therapy. Thus, TRG has proven to be an excellent alternative for patients who have not succeeded with conventional therapies.


fribromyalgia, reprocessing, quality of life, therapy, emotional problems, depressive disorders, somatization