Fibromyalgia symptoms tendonitis

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This is one of the reasons that vitamin C is helpful for reducing some of the symptoms of arthritis, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and other related diseases. Detoxification IS Important Since the major cause of arthritis, tendonitis, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and other related diseases is toxins, it is very important to help the body detoxify effectively.
Has anyone developed a calcific tendonitis in the shoulder? If so, what have you been able to find that helps with the pain? Has anyone had surgery or ultrasound for it and what were the results? I have been having so much pain with this and have not been able to find any treatment for it. I am scared to have the surgery as I hear it may not change things and I may just have to live with this pain as it is now chronic. Any advice??
Wide spread body pain is manifested in many conditions like neck pain syndrome, low back pain, local tendonitis, trauma-related pain syndromes, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, osteoarthritis of the knee or hand, and other painful disorders. These patients have some symptoms that mimic fibromyalgia.
I did no testing because I could still function in normal life but I had to stop jogging because of severe pain on my inner ankles (post-tibial tendonitis). My right nevicular bone fractured and it feels better(not treated for the fx). My left one is still very painful but not all the time. I now have more S/S of fibro: some fatigue, most every tener spot, IBS (dx as Chronn's in 2000), dry eyes, weird skin sensations and numbness and tingling in the bottom of my feet.
I was a 35 athletic (karate, backpacking, golf, weight lifting, arobics) female until around JUne. My symptoms started way back in 1996. 1. 1996 just didn't have the same stamina (ck low normal) 2. 1997 complained of not sleeping also had a parastesis on my left side from the top of my head to my toes for over 24 hours. My body was split in half by this feeling. CT negative. 3. 1998 real fatigued. working out, but had to sleep now 4. Oct 1998 hips began hurting....
For the past two years, I have suffered from fevers of unknown origin (low grade - usually around 99.9, 100.1, etc. but have gone up to 102 on occasion) and multiple sites of bursitis/tendonitis. I woke up with all of these symptoms one day after recovering from a nasty two week "flu".
Overall, though, I am wondering can POTS cause all of these symptoms, or does it sound like I have something like Fibromyalgia or IBS/IBD with comorbid POTS? I have had these symptoms since early January 2011 and they are taking a toll on my ability to function. Please help!
I was diagnosed with more than six sites of tendonitis/bursitis following an unknown "flulike" episode in 2007. Prior to that I was in no pain, had no history of trauma or repetitive stress injury and was healthy aside from frequent infections. I now have been diagnosed with: - Bilateral Trochanteric bursitis and ITB syndrome - Baker's cysts/bursitis behind both knees - Bilateral Gluteal bursitis/tendonitis (not sure if that's correct term - ischeal bursitis?
The last couple of months I noticed pain in my upper right arm and some limited motion so I went to the doctor last week and he thinks I have tendonitis in my rotator cuff and put in a referral for Physical Therapy. Today the pain is really bad in my neck, shoulders and down the back, to the point I feel nauseous with the pain.
I feel so bad for my children because they can hardly ever have their fully capable mom around due to this stupid disease. I have three children. I have looked up the symptoms of fibromyalgia and have realized that I have about 90-95% of the symptoms and still feel that I have to be this supermom because my kids and husband deserve it. I have no one else to talk to about this except for my sister who also has fibromyalgia. She is the only one who truly knows what pain I am going through.
grandmother--lupus, FM grangfather -died heart attack father- heart attack, high cholesterol mother- fibromyalgia,tendonitis, arthritis, IBS, TMJ, IC,MIGRAINES mothers side......grandmother- had polio in the 40's, siezures-diabetes, high bp, supra nuclear palsy grandfather-high bp, brain aneurysm ...past away age 40 brother-high bp mothers siblings..
I went to a rheumotologist who sent me home with a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. I was very angry and the pain increased and I became more and more ill, even suddenly vomiting in the middle of the night. This would come on without warning or nausea. The pain was not in my shoulder, just my biceps/deltoid area, and in my groin area also. This was all limited to the left side of my body. It took 3 doctors till I got one willing to do ultrasound and treat with cortisone shots and ot.
I went to a rheumotologist who sent me home with a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. I was very angry and the pain increased and I became more and more ill, even suddenly vomiting in the middle of the night. This would come on without warning or nausea. The pain was not in my shoulder, just my biceps/deltoid area, and in my groin area also. This was all limited to the left side of my body. It took 3 doctors till I got one willing to do ultrasound and treat with cortisone shots and ot.
I was diagnosed with Eagles in March of 2006 after going to 2 ENT doctors and having my tonsils removed because they thought it was some kind of cyst or tumor in my tonsils. My symptoms were the foreign object in the throat feeling, trouble swallowing, food getting stuck in my throat, sore throat 24/7, voice changes. After they removed my tonsils the previous December, I still got food stuck in my throat a couple months later and I still felt the huge lump in my throat...
You were not specific on the symptoms you experience, but my guess is that when you exercise you don't drink water, or you sweat to excess. This will dehydrate you and you will lose salt and other minerals. You can experience shaking of the hands, visual disturbances, headaches, stomach aches, stitches in the sides, exhaustion, low grade temps and other unpleasant symptoms. If this is the case, try drinking a fluid that has minerals in it like Cytomax.
*Oct. 05- woke to a swollen right hand, unable to use, painful. xray, blood work normal. *Jan 06- woke to a swollen Left hand, unable to use, painful. no xray, no blood work. *A few months later, can't recall specific date....woke to same problem with my shoulder. can't move it, lift it...x-ray shows mind calcification/tendonitis. Have not had any problems or pain with it since, nor my hands.
Hi Sebastiandelacroix- I am having some of the same symptoms as you and am wondering what it is also. I am interested in knowing if you have some of the others I have had...along with the involuntary twitching in my legs and numbness and tingling in my arms and hands I have had fatigue and migraines. My doc put me on a heart medication for my migraines and they have subsided for the most part but now the twitching and arm/hand probs have arisen.
knees, wrists and shoulder. *Sciatica *IBS: (uncontrollable diarrhea) diagnosed in my mid 20’s, subsided, no current issues. some constipation currently. *TMJ: diagnosed in my mid 20’s with intense ear and neck pain. *Minor Atrial Fibrillation and Heart Palpitations: In 2005 I went to the ER. My potassium was slightly low. I wore halter monitor for a couple of days, no doctor ever followed up with me about the results.
Our food has been loaded with so many preservatives that there is little nutritional value left! If you have symptoms of Fibromyalgia or Lupus, you might want to stay away from tomatoes and their products - tomato sauce, catsup, pizza, spaghetti and other nightshades which "they" say causes inflammation. (eggplant, mushrooms, and potatoes). As you start to feel better, you could introduce one of the foods at a time to see which ones affect you.
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Hello, A few possibilities for your symptoms are menopause, fibromyalgia(a disorder classified by the presence of chronic widespread pain and tactile allodynia(pain even on touching) ,chronic fatigue syndrome(often manifests with widespread myalgia and arthralgia, cognitive difficulties, chronic mental and physical exhaustion) ,polymyositis (means 'many muscle inflammation') and polymyalgia rheumatica(an inflammatory disorder that causes widespread muscle aching and stiffness, primarily in y
These symptoms have progressed over the years and I was not properly diagnosed until the last couple of years. Until then most of my symptoms were attributed to fibromyalgia. It wasn't until I went to a clinic for dysautonomia that I got refferals to specialists that ordered the tests I needed. 1 1/2 years ago I had to stop working for a few weeks when it got very bad that's when I tested postive for mycoplasma infection. Since then I was diagnosed with Sjogren's.
grandmother--lupus, FM grangfather -died heart attack father- heart attack, high cholesterol mother- fibromyalgia,tendonitis, arthritis, IBS, TMJ, IC,MIGRAINES mothers side......grandmother- had polio in the 40's, siezures-diabetes, high bp, supra nuclear palsy grandfather-high bp, brain aneurysm ...past away age 40 brother-high bp mothers siblings..
Constipation Hypertension or high blood pressure Anxiety Depression Insomnia Fatigue Sound like anyone that you know?? It's practically the definition of all of the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia! Even high cholesterol, diabetes and osteoporosis are related to low levels of magnesium. Even some so-called 'Side Effects' of substances are actually due to the Magnesium Depletion that they cause- and are not really 'side effects' in and of themselves.
Hi there, The usual symptoms of fibromyalgia are morning stiffness, tender points, fatigue and IBS. The pain in hands and arms could be due to fibromyalgia or some other cause. Any sprain, degenerative arthritis of the spine, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and bursitis can lead to arm pain. It will be best to discuss it with your doctor about the above mentioned possibilities. You may need a clinical examination and tests to rule out the possible cause.
hi, i'm 45 f i was dx with sluggish hypo-thyroid /goitors which causes fibromyalgia symptoms,on synthroid 37.5 mcg alot of my pain is gone per sae, my dr found my vit d was dangerously low was on 50,000 iu my b12 is low, i am also exhibiting IBS/ celiac i'm gluten free now feel better but i'm growing fatty lipoma all over that r painful .
Hi there, For the past 4 to 5 years I have had continual joint problems that won't go away. First of all I got bursitis in both shoulders, then tendonitis in both elbows and wrists. I now have tendonitis in both hips and pain In both knees which I haven't had looked at yet. I have had blood tests for arthritis, Osteoarthritis and connective tissue disorders. All came back clear.
Hi, I've been sick with various symptoms for the past year or so. Diagnosed with hypothyroidism, IBD, and high blood pressure. One of my symptoms is joint pain... well at least I think its joint pain. I seem to get these "attacks" of pain in my wrists, knees, fingers, ankles and toes. The pain is sharp and shortlasting, and it moves around to the different parts of my body. I've read that arthritis pain is very personal, but I am still wondering if anyone has anything like this.
I have tons of symptoms that no one can pinpoint or diagnosis as one condition but yet they all point to some sort of autoimmune disease. Im extremely frustrated and tired of fighting with all these doctors just to get the correct treatment. Instead, I get loaded with narcotics and a "refral to mental health" and sent on my way. Please help!!
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