I have had intense pain for the last 3 months. It feels like a shooting pain through my bones. The pain began in my left hand and fingers and spread all the way up through my shoulder. I have begun to have the same type of pain in my right arm and hand, both legs, feet, hips, and now my jaw. I have had an EMG and NCS that both came back normal. I had Xrays done of my hands and feet and the doctor said there were unusual "dark spots" on my joints. I had a bone density test that was normal. My doctor thinks this could be rheumatoid arthritis, but he did the blood test and it too came back normal. I'm just so worried that we're missing something. The pain is consistent...all day, everyday. It interferes with my whole life. I can't concentrate and I'm tired all the time. I'm a teacher and I really feel this is affecting my abilities to interact with my students. Any insights on what this could be or what I should try next would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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