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Information about health, medications, and illness management programs is becoming increasingly available online. For women living with medically unexplained illnesses such as fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS), explorations in cyberspace and the information gathered from the Internet as a result can be used to enlighten, and sometimes misinform, them about the chronic illnesses with which they are living. In this paper, I use data generated from 55 in-depth interviews with women living with FMS infatcat:7z6kumse5beudjuimeiowqdpfu