It started with being diagnosed with R.A.injections and all.my dr. Left and the new dr. Said I didn't have RA and took me off everything. I had nogules on my legs very painful. He didn't know so he sent me to a neurologist. In the mean time I got a second opinion . Fiber myalgia and chronic fatigue was that diagnosis. But what about my legs. I looked on line and came across Angiolimpoma . Checked every box!?my MRI said I have swelling in my bones, but not one dr. Brought it up until I went to my chiropractor today! He was alarmed. What could this all mean ? The fatigue is dibilitating, not working!:)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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