I am a 35 year old Male I have lots of pain in my hands and feet up to the knee and in the backs of my hands not past the wrist but not really in to the fingers. The orthopedist I went to is confused he said it does not really match anything common. OK I noticed when I wake up it is way worse and gets better rather quickly, although never really goes away. Also I have noticed that I am colder than usual at first I thought I was just getting the flue but it never came and did not go away. Last night for example I got up for to use the Bathroom in the middle of the night and I was shivering violently and uncontrollably I thought it was freezing in the house. My wife was awake at the time and said that this was not the case the house was not that cold. So now I think maybe it may have something to do with circulation. I am not sure about anything I am ?????????????????? confused. Any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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