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Hello i am a 26 year old male , one morning i woke up and both arms and legs felt weak, i will back the story up, before that day i worked out 4 times a week, and i work a office job but had a seasonal job 2 weeks* before i the weakness started that i had to stand and run and jump a lot as a entertainer, so i woke up and felt weak in both legs and arms, i thought maybe i just over did it at the gym so the pain didnt go away for a week or so, so i didnt work out, then i dicided to go to the doctor and at first they blamed it on working out and they checked my vitiam levels and my vitamin levels were alittle low(runs in the family) so she prescribed me vitiam d, took that for about 3 to 4 weeks then didnt notice a difference in pain and i woke up another morning and notice my muscle was twitching in my my right ab, i called the doctors office to see if this was a side effect of the vitiam d and she said no, so i went back there the next week because the twitching started all over my body arms, legs, back, butt, face, neck, she then question me about stress i told her im not really stressed as i have a job i love and a wonderful gf, she wrote me a prescription for anexity meds, well i noticed the pain getting worse and i felt tired alot and pretty much the constant pain areas were in my arms and legs, but i would have pains that come and go in one knee, wrist, evrn my jaw, and* even my hand seems to cramp and fingers randomly hurt especially when i use them, at this point i completely quit working out and still weakness and pain! So i called the doctor agian 3 months or so when it started and she said well we cant do much here so reffered me to a rhematoligist, well had to wait 3 months, still having pain in same areas, still* muscle twitching all over!, stiff neck lower back pain and random tinggling in feet and legs and hands, get minor headaches a few random joint pains and feel tired a lot, like one time i went out with friends a walked alittle bit then normal and the next day i woke up and it felt like 10 pound weights were attached to my feet but lightned up throughout the day, fine the day came to go the the specialist, was excited to figure out what was wrong, well by my suprise i got there and littarlly felt rushed she asked me my symptoms* and then had me pull on her arms and stuff then drew blood and urine sample and xrays of my neck and back and said see you in about 2 months , well im about a month away and finally got a email about my results for the test and found nothing* anyone ever have symptoms like these?
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Sounds like Fibro to me. See a rheumatologist to make sure
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Default Re: Could it be fibromyalgia????

Wonder if you have CFS or fibromyalgia? If you have had severe fatigue or widespread pain lasting over three months without an obvious cause, and if you also have insomnia, then you might have chronic fatigue syndrome and/or fibromyalgia. The checklist below can help you assess the possibility of this. If your score indicates you might, then you should consult a physician to find out for sure.
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Just an update, went to the rheumatologist she didn't check for fibro, had me do X rays, blood tests, and MRI and found nothing, followed up with her and asked about fibro and she said it is really rare in men and won't check for it until i see a neurologist because she said she wanted to rule any nerve disorder out with has me freaking out, well i went there and he said he saw no weakness, checked my reflexs, and all good, but for comfort going to be doing an EMG test on the 19th of March. will update.
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