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High liver enzymes; Arthritus pain in foot. What could this be

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  • Posted By: Bleudo606
  • June 20, 2009
  • 05:25 PM

Hello out there; please help anyone. Still no diagnosis:
10 months now I've had pain on the ball of my right foot where I have
to hobble (limp) most of the time. My family doctor and Rumotologist
have ruled out and performed the following tests. It is not gout. Liver
ultrasound came back normal. Liver Biopsy normal. I've had high liver
enzymes at least a year now. What could this be???
In the last 4 months my right knee started hurting and cramping for no
good reason; but has now felt alot better. Now over the last 30 days my
left hand and fingers has been cramping badly then after my left hand started feeling better my right hand started cramping and in the last 48 hours my right hand has become completely useless with severe pain,cramping and some swelling. What is happening to me please help.
In advance thank you very much.
Will W.:(

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  • Hi...my brother has been experiencing the same symptoms, had the same tests, with arthritis being ruled out as well. He has elevated liver enzymes, extreme foot pain, and occasional hand pain. Did you ever get a diagnosis??? Thanks for your help in advance!
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