I have had joint pain for over 4 years now. I am 37 years old and always was active until I started having bone and joint pain. No relief no matter what we try. They first said I had injuryed myself in the gym. Years later and after switching DR's they are thinking Fibromialga. But I just had new x rays and blood test. The x rays show bone degeneration and my cal. levels were high last year and are higher now. Also my protiens are higher than last year and this time they have found trace blood in urine. I just hope someone could give me some direction. It seems the DR's sometimes are not looking for the right answers.
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