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Hi, I have fibromyalgia, I’m not sure if this pain is related or not. over the last couple years I’ve been experiencing pain in both legs( not usually at the same time) the pain generally starts above the knee. It’s a constant pain with occasional throbs or stabs of pain. It will travel up my leg into my hip and down to my ankle. I’ve had X-rays that show nothing then my dr will just tell me to take Advil for pain and inflammation which resulted in me developing an ulcer. Do U have any ideas what could be wrong? My dr won’t look any further at it. On top of this very recently I’ve gotten pin and needles in my feet. And have been having issues with tendinitis in multiple points of my body.


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