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Offline Mel2674

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Pain that doctors cant diagnose
« on: January 21, 2014, 11:06:29 PM »
so I've been having this ache in my legs (either one or the other) after walking for a long time. A doctor told me that it might be muscle related so he took me to physical therapy, which didnt help. My physical therapist told me that the fact that it doesnt hurt after the gym, and only during casual walking is a good sign. So I was at the gym last week and the pain came. I almost passed out from the fear, I'm just so mentally exhausted. Ive been having the pain for about 5 years now and it has been getting worse lately. I feel like I know what it is (after numerous hours of research) but doctors dismiss it because "im too young to have that disease" but I know I'm not because I'm "too young" to have 12 cavities but I do, dont I?   :spineyes:
I'm soooo tired of all this mental illness, it is literally killing me. Any piece of advice? anything, either the leg related or some words to get me through the night  :traurig001:
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Offline emily1994

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Re: Pain that doctors cant diagnose
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2014, 01:42:10 AM »
Fibromyalgia? What are you thinking it is?
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