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Chronic fibromyalgia, increase in pain over the years, have developed bone pain. Analysis?

hii i have fibromyalgia since the of of 30,i m now 46, my pain has gotten very bad, and my bones aalso have changed in the pain scale ,9-10 and i m exxpering alot more problems to take care of myself do to all the above, and yes it s worring me very much, for i m living in hell. isthis normal to have all my bones hurting, and i do havee p -anan,what does this all mean ? thank you. nathalie
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Hello Nathalie,

Would it be possible to provide your up to date, investigation results, CBC, Thyroid profile, Kidney function tests, Liver functions tests, CT reports, MRI reports, don't need to do any of these tests now, just need to know the results if you have done any of these in the recent past.
Also could you please give me a detailed list of your daily dietary intake, with portion size and frequency.

Thank you,

Dr.Noble Inasu
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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