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body/muscle aches

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  • Posted By: ms. mrs.
  • May 7, 2011
  • 01:30 AM

I have for the past year and chronically past 4 months have had muscle aches. Aches are in my shoulders, especially taking off/on coat; upper arm muscles, some tingling in wrists, upper/inner thigh areas, especially getting up/down. I have had all tests for auto immune diseases, B vitamine tests, and seds.
All have come back normal. My seds were initially at 23 in January then in March were 19. Then I had an EMG, on left half. These were normal, however the doctor has on my paper work that my thigh gram was unresponsive, but he believes this was due to my sensitivity to the needles. My last rhuematology appointment, this past Wednesday, he told me that since clinically all test results came back normal, he does not know where to go with this and for me to lead a normal active life as much as possible and he would like to see me in four months. If I do nothing I don't ache as much, but I can't live like this for the next four months.

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  • Vitamin D deficiency may also cause muscle aches and tingling. Most doctors dont know much about vitamin D and hence D deficiency symptoms can get lleft untreated. Get your D levels tested.
    taniaaust1 2,267 Replies Flag this Response
  • CPPD calcium polyphosphate deposition diease
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Nope my vitamin D levels are good.
    ms. mrs. 1 Replies Flag this Response
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