I have been diagnosed with depression, and i have felt this way for a while so i guess maybe i have had depression for a while. i have asked my doctors about this and no one gives me a straight answer, so i thought maybe someone here could help me. i get extremely extremely tired, and i feel much worse when i am tired. i am always tired but it gets much much worse when i do not sleep. recently i have been given a prescription for short term ambian which is helping. but before i had that or when i don't take it, when i lay in bed at night, if i lay there for too long without being able to go to sleep, i start hurting, really bad. its in my joints and the places with more joints hurt more, mostly like my toes and feet and my hands and my back. they ache and hurt, and it feels like i need to pop them but i can't, there is no swelling or anything, and nothing really makes it better, when it starts, its bad and it doesn't go away until the next day. it only happens when i can't sleep at night, it doesn't happen during the day. what is this??? has anyone else had it? i've had it for a long time, before i was diagnosed and starting taking medication. please help?
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