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Write-up: Information has been received from a physician concerning a 15 year old female with no previous medical, family, or social history who on 19-NOV-2007 was vaccinated with a first dose of GARDASIL IM. The patient''s mother told the physician that a few weeks after the GARDASIL, the patient had body aches and generalized pain. The patient was seen by her pediatrician and a neurologist, and they both thought that it was from GARDASIL. The neurologist had diagnosed the patient with fibromyalgia. CPK was elevated. At the time of reporting, the patient was being treated with cyclobenzapine hydrochloride (MSD), melatonin, imipramine, and chiropractic therapy for the pain and insomnia. The patient has missed many days from school and volleyball because of the fibromyalgia. At the time of reporting, fibromyalgia persisted. The reporter considered fibromyalgia to be disabling. Additional information has been requested. 1/29/09-According to the general practitioner, fibromyalgia persisted while insomnia was being controlled on medication (not recovered).Onset Date: Approximately December 2007 ("a few weeks after Gardasil", per pt''s mother) 2/17/09-records received for DOS 7/23/08-neurology notes-C/O muscle aches and pains as well as sleep disturbance. Previously evaluated on 5/12/08, continues with pain on an almost daily basis. However no discomfort in past few days. Impression:history of severe pain in legs and arms and along cervical spine. Sleep disturbance resolved with use of Seroquel. No neurological cause of pain. No rheumatology consult at this time due to insurance issues.
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