My problem is muscle pain, primarily in the legs, but can be all over. This probably is metabolic or biochemical, and produces contractures. My palms are cupped, and I cannot flatten them anymore. My fingers are a little misshapen, but not too noticeable. My lower legs are being pulled toward the outside, so my legs are not straight anymore. Since this contracture goes against the normal direction of the knee, it is harder to walk, get up out of a chair, and climb stairs. Digestive symptoms include bouts of high volume urine about the color of dandelions, and frequent loose stools, which can be either normal or yellow ocher in color. Impacts of this disorder can include chills, difficulty breathing, or cardiac arrythmias. This is probably genetic, autosomal dominant, and probably came from Scotland, and becomes obvious in middle age. Any ideas or suggestions? Anybody know what this is? At this point, I don't have any docs working with me anymore.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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