Ok, Im a 31 female with chronic pain in mostly my legs. No one has been able to figure this one out yet. Ive done some research so my history may be too indepth, but here goes...
I have had chronic leg pain for over 3 yrs now, bruising type pain with out any bruises seen. Also some numbness, tingling, needle like pain. It hurts just to rub my legs. The pain is always there but at times it intensifies to the point that I have trouble walking.
Other porblems in my body include history of UTI's and freq. need to urinate, involuntary bowel problems at times, pain at times in my arms, back and shoulders.
I have had several blood tests with all normal results...no thyroid, chol, diab, STD's. EMG and Lower lumbar MRI was normal. One suggests Fibromyalgia, another thinks possible MS, and the Internal dr said it was nonspecific neuropathy and that nobody would ever be able to exactly diagnose me.
Please help if your up to the challenge.
I have seen my fly doctor, massage therapist, chiropractor, neurologist, and internal med dr. and none of them can figure out what is wrong.
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