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Severe and constant pain arm legs feet shoulders back

, I overheard a conversation on two women at a restaurant talking about having tests run to find out what was causing her severe pain all the time. In the morning her arms,hands, and feet ach so bad when she gets up. I know how that feels. Sometimes it seems like the joints pop in my fingers as well as feeling there are heavy weights pressing by feet into the floor. I heard they started treating her withvitamin B andTHAT WAS IT BECAUSE THEY LEFT THE TABLE.....any ideas?
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replied July 9th, 2009
Vitamin D deficiency can cause "all over" pain. I'm not familiar with vitamin B deficiency pain syndromes, but B deficiency can cause anemia and weakness.


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replied January 26th, 2010
severe pain
I am in stage 4 renal failure and I was in sever severe pain all over for years. I kept telling the doctors it was an internal pain and it was the worst pain I have ever felt....finally my kidney dr. ran the vitamin D test and I was almost depleted and was showing signs of ricket type illness...THAT'S where the pain was coming from. I'm not saying the pain is completely gone, but it certainly isn't the level that it was
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replied February 4th, 2010
If your condition gets better as the day wears on, try getting an opinion from a Myotherapist. It may be just a muscular problem.
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