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I often have joint/muscle pains, and I am wondering if they're all separate issues, or if there could be a condition that is causing it all. I have chronic tendonitis in both wrists. The pain comes and goes. Can get to the point where turning a doorknob is painful. I get shooting pains in my fingers. My knees hurt on and off and are weak. I often have trouble raising up from a crouched position and have to pull myself up with my arms. My achilles tendons get very sore and stiff, worst in the morning. I have had to crawl to the bathroom because it hurt too much to walk. I've also had painful arches. Sometimes I sleep wrong on my neck and am in excruciating pain, unable to turn my head fully for a few days. I recently got SIRVA from a flu shot, and have pain in my shoulder/neck as a result for 5 months. Sometimes my hips hurt or feel weak on the inside of the joint. I notice it when I get in and out of the car. I did once possibly tear something in my hip. Could these be related?


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replied April 27th, 2019
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Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!
There are three differentials.
1.Endocrinopathy
2.Connective tissue disease
3.Fibromyalgia related syndrome
You would need proper assessment and investigations. I would suggest you ANA,RA,serum uric acid,serum calcium and thyroid function tests. Its
I hope it helps.our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan


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replied March 28th, 2019
I also would like to include that I have jaw pain issues as well. I am only 28, and have been having these issues for the past 10 years. I would just like to know if there could be something greater causing these issues, as it feels like there always seems to be sometbing hurting.
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