Just wondering if anyone has experienced acute bone pain in random places or has any idea what it could be?
I would describe the pain as deep (feels like it is in the bone), sharp/stabbing (Severity a 7-9 on a scale of 10 - where 10 is excruciating pain) and short in duration (lasts 3-10 seconds). It occurs frequently throughout my day and randomly in different places on my body (i.e. ribs, shoulder, upper and lower arms, fingers, upper and lower legs and sometimes my head).
I'm also always fatigued, sleepy and low energy, but I keep myself moving and motivated. I have been seeing a sleep specialist who diagnosed me with Narcolepsy (Polysomnograph and MSLT both suggestive of narcolepsy i.e. 4 SOREMs with mean latency of <8 minutes)
24 years old white male, fair skinned with dark blonde hair, 6''0", 195lbs, in shape and athletic (work out and jog 5-6 days of the week). University educated and work in government policy, 9:00-5:00.
Previously was a heavy weekend drinker, but have given up alcohol due to dx of narcolepsy (and I get very bad hangovers). Do not use recreational drugs.
Conditions and medications:
Heart Palpitations - no medication (all OK from Chest X-ray, ECG and Echocardiogram)
Asthma - Advair 250mcg inh od, Bricanyl Turbuhaler (0.5mg inh prn)
Narcolepsy without cataplexy (Excessive Daytime Sleepyness) - Modafinil (100-200mg po od)
Hiatal Hernia (GI) - 30mg lansoprazole po pd
CBC and Chem Panel all within normal ranges.
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