Fibromyalgia Diagnosis Survey
What Your Scores Mean
A patient meets the diagnostic criteria for fibromyalgia if all 3 of the following conditions are met:
1. The WPI score is 7 or higher and the SS score is 5 or higher. Or if the WPI score is between 3-6 and the SS score is 9 or higher.
2. Symptoms have been present at a similar level for at least 3 months.
3. The patient doesn’t have a disorder that would otherwise explain the pain.
This survey is not meant to substitute for a diagnosis by a medical professional. Patients should not diagnose themselves. Patients should always consult their medical professional for advice and treatment. This survey is intended to give you insight into research on the diagnostic criteria and measurement of symptom severity for fibromyalgia.