over the past year i have experienced intense bilateral leg aches..recently they have become more frequent to the point that it is affecting my daily routine..my leg pain has become chronic and effects me daily regardless of my activities..i also on most occasions feel extremely fatigued and sometimes sick to my stomach..i am a very well controlled type 1 diabetic and have been for the last 10 years. i see my endocronologist every three months and my A1C is always under 7.0.. i was sent to the neurologist for further tests on nerve and muscle function and everything came back fine..i'm at my wits end and am running out of resources to solve my problem..please help if u canReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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