I am a healthy, 23 year old who for the past 4 years has been experiencing chronic, spreading pain over all parts of my body. The pain has become so unbearable that I am bothered my doing everyday things which leads to me do nothing. When I say chronic pain I mean extremely persistent and consistent throbbing pain. The pain first began in my wrist and hands when, after a while, I began to think that I had carpel tunnel..I developed dry eyes and allergies which have stuck with me. The pain moved from my hands to my arms and elbows, to my shoulders and back, and skipped on down to my ankels radiating up my legs. Both sides of my body hurt, but not always at the same time. I have battled some depression and anxiety along with muscle weakness, fatigue, and no energy. My joints hurt me and my left leg bothers me so much it hurts to walk. It feels as if I have tons and tons of pressure pushing down on my neck, shoulders, and upper back I can't stand up straight. I recently have had blood tests and 2 M.R.Is and nothing was seen accept two benign cysts on my spine. I have always been very optomistic but as the time passes and I'm feeling worse and getting no answers, my smiles are fading fast. Please if anyone can help me.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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