I am a 23 y/o female in good health. Not on medications, can't remember the last time I was sick. For a year now, I've had really sharp pains all over my body. They're pretty painful. Sometimes they hurt to touch, other times they don't. There's no swelling or redness. And it is not more or less painful to walk on. It's like every 30 seconds to a minute or 2- not a contant pain. It's not muscle pain, it is in one dime sized spot and usually comes in pairs (like one pain will be in my arm while the other is in my leg.) Sometimes it hurts in the same spot for a day or two and other times it goes away as quickly as it came. I may have them for a week straight and other times not for a month or so. Seems silly, but it is actually quite painful and annoying. ANY suggestions on what this could be would be helpful. I've been to the doctor and he ran blood tests for all sorts of stuff. Could not find a single thing wrong with me.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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