I have had 4 mri's in the past 4 years on my elbows and every one has been a different diagnoses. In the first 3 they were the same in one which was bilateral epicondlytis, but the last one said I have developed a focal tear and all the Dr said he can do is cut out the torn part. I have been complaining of a feeling of rocks under my bones some times I can pick up a gallon of milk no problem but a minute later the same motion gives me a sharp pain to whick I cleaning up the floor from having to drop it. I have had to drop ladders. Broken alot of glass cups I have so many symtoms its pathetic. I been diagnosed also with dequervains also. also I had a torn TFC type 1a to which I had a debridement. In 1998 I was dianosed with Late stage lyme & its been all down hill from there. I also had a groin injury 6 months ago to which is not healed yet. I rely on my arms & legs to earn a living & I can not get the right treatment. I will do anything at this point including going out of the country to get well. I believe there is bone fragments in my arms making a mess of all the connecting tissue. I have spotted some in the mri's but the ortho just says its probably sac's of moisture . I will let a pre med student open my arms up at this point to get rid of the fragments. Help ! JFK:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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