I'm a 20 year old student (male). I'v always been very sensible to stress. The last years, i've troubles with falling a sleep, mostly due to feeling my
own heartbeat, maybe chronic hyperventilation. I have a kind of anxious personality.
But that was just background information. My problem is that - after a stressfull period - in the beginning of August, i first had tendinitis at my left
ischias (hamstrings), a week later even more severe on the other side. While (maybe to much) resting, hoping for cure, i started to have pain at the backside of my right knee, followed by pain at the calcaneus of both feet, mostly while walking or standing. Shortly after that i felt that my global pain-threshold was decreaesed. My feet also feel very cold.
So what is my problem now? None of the above painfactors dissapeared. I have no inflammations, but i still have i higher pain threshold and much pain when there is pressure on
- the calcaneus of both feet
- at the backside of my right knee,
- the ischias' of both sides (the bone where you are sitting on)
So i have constantly pain at my buttock while sitting and constantly pain at my calcaneus' while standing.
Anyone an idea what can be the reason of all this?
PS: i already had a blood investig, nothing was found
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