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Unusual Joint Pain

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  • Posted By: jcummings
  • October 30, 2006
  • 01:20 PM

At the beginning of this year, I went to 4 different doctors who could not figure out why I was having joint pain. It went away for a while and now it is back. There is no swelling or reddness in my joints. It affects random joints. Right now it is in three of my toes on my right foot and my right knee. Please help me. I look stupid trying to walk because it hurts so badly. The pain keeps me up at night and wakes me. Help!

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  • My daughter has had joint pain which moves to different joints for the past 18 months - with all the bloodwork to rule out RA, lupus, etc. She has lost all the strength in her hands.
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  • please read last 5 pages of thread "It's a mystery until we solve it"-mommy cat there you will find many having strange, unrelated symptoms joint pain seems to be a common thread...count how many have it read around this forum, randomly...you'll be amazed it comes and goes, it changes joints, somedays there is none, other days...can hardly move I know, I get it too Please google sx of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Please google sx of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis you are not alone...look around...there are many God Bless...mommy cat
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