Help! I need to find out what is wrong with me. I am sick & tired of being in chronic pain. For the last 12 years or so I have had a chronic pain in my left arm. It actually hurts to the touch. The pain is always there and it radiates down my arm a lot and my fingers get tingly...I have also had pain in my chest many times which has sent me to the ER. I have had all kinds of tests that all come back normal. EKG's normal, body scans, ultra sounds, Xrays, etc... all normal. All of my blood work also normal. I can't take anything but tylenol for the pain because I also have acid reflux and ibuprofen really upsets my stomach. Lately I have also been getting pain in my legs. They feel like I have run a marathon. They are tingly and feel warm. I know it sounds like it is heart related but I have had stress tests and had to wear the heart monitor for 24 hours and everything was fine. I have a slight arrythmia that they don't seem to think is anything. I can't stand being in pain...I've been to the ER so many times, they think I am crazy. They have even suggested my pain is due to anxiety or stress. It is NOT. I have read that a vitamin deficiency can cause pain like this. (B12?) Has anyone had any of these symptoms and if so what was your diagnosis? I need to find out what is wrong with me.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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