Do any of you ever get pain that feels like it is right in your bones? I mean, not in the muscle around the bones, but directly in the bones themselves? I've been dealing with this in my back for about a year, and now it seems to have traveled to my thighs, right side of my ribs, and to upper left arm. It's extremely painful, and my pain meds barely numb it. I've had to deal with so much weird stuff with the lupus, though, I don't want to make a mountain out of a molehill. The only thing that worries me is that about six months ago a blood test for bone cancer was high--not too high, but still, a little high. Do any of you get this? Should I be worried?
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