I am a 22 year old female, with no history of medical problems (before this, I hadn't been to the doctor since 2002.) It all started the end of May, I had shooting pain up the left side of my neck (it would sometimes make me feel light headed and mess with my heart rhythms.) Over time, it got worse, took over my whole body. Aches and pains in my hands, toes, back, neck area, legs, arms, shoulders and most concerning- my chest both sides. I've also experienced restless legs. It's a migrating throbbing stabbing pain. I've had a full panel of blood tests done everything looks great as well as a urine sample came back fine. I dont have any other symptoms. Within this last year I lost my mom, which has been really tough. Could stress/depression lead to these very real symptoms?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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