Hi, I am an 18 year old girl. I am a cheerleader wich may have somthing to do with my problem. I have severe pain in my hands and my feet, sometimes my ankles and wrists. The pain is worse at night but latley happens during activity. I was tested for diabetes, arthritis, and lyme disease. All came out negative. Also pain increases during stress and changes in weather. The only way it feels better is if major pressure is placed on hands and feet, wich then feels better for a minute then hurts again. I feel as though my fingers and toes are stiff and need to be cracked... it's so confusing because it sounds so much like arthritis...can anyone help please?!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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