nov 2013 my 17 y/o daughter had a rapid onset of pain in her hands, feet and chest. since that time it has spread throughout her body. she has had mri, ct, lymes test, nerve test, and multiple blood tests, all which seem to be "normal" yet she still has this intense pain that comes and goes. It seemed like it was getting better from mid Jan till mid April but now its back. It is so bad that the only thing the helps is narcotics and those don't help really except to put her to sleep. We have seen a neurologist, psychiatrist, pain management, PT, infectious disease, and rheumatologist. No one has an answer as to what is the cause....or a real diagnosis other than "pain". Anyone out there ever hear of such a thing?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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