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chronic muscle, joint pain, fatigue, MD no help, want to die

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  • Posted By: fakegirl321
  • November 13, 2006
  • 03:56 AM

My fiance has mutiple symptoms, has suffered from gout, shingles, bursitis, grain mold poisoning, in addition to acute, chronic muscle and joint pain, and fatigue, has had every test the Dr's can think of including psycological tests, and no diagnosis. He is serious about hurting so bad he sometimes wants to die! He smoked for 40 yrs, quit 2 yrs ago, chews tobacco and Nicorette gum, drinks 3-4 drinks a day, has elevated triglycerides, heart attack 10 yrs ago with 1 stint, head injury 25 years ago, lots of stress, and nobody can suggest a treatment to help his pain. Please help!! Chronic muscle pain is his #1 complaint. My e-mail address is tonsina2005@yahoo.com if you have ANY suggestions to help him. . .

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  • You should look up the symptoms of fibromyalgia. I am going through the same thing right now too. Go to www.fibrofix.com
    shizzy1229 7 Replies
    • November 13, 2006
    • 06:20 AM
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  • Has he had a chest x-ray? If not he needs one. It sounds like he needs to give up tabacco and drinks. Eat better, take care of himself. Take vitamin supplements. Did the doctor ever do a HLA-B27 gene test. Look up Ankylosing Spondylitis.A lot of doctors miss it. Good luck.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 14, 2006
    • 02:57 AM
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