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Chronic pain in muscles and joints, diagnosed hypothyroidism. Suspect trigger points and myogascial pain all over body. What to do ?

Hello Doctors/specialist,I have achronic pain in my muscles and joints (over 25 yrs)many other symptoms also, I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism( when I had 17yrs old) then fibromyalgia many years after. ( the doctors I have seem in the past -over 70 of them cannot help as they do not know and when they do not know they lace me with medication ..It seems I have trigger points and myogascial pain all over my body. Only one doctor alternative doctor ( he cost alot) seem to be getting somewhere .He told me I have a chronic inflammatory condition caused by mercury , candida and h pylori .It is really sad to now how badly the health network of so called smart doctors havefailed almost every one.I need to get a doctor specialist who is really smart,a detective ,intelligent and not narrow minded. Any one outside there like I mentioned above?Then get back to me. AAAA
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Dear Friend.
You have hypothyroidism and fibromyalgia. Both these conditions can cause pain in muscles and joint, and yes you know about trigger areas, so pain in those trigger areas.
For hypothyroidism, you must be already on Thyoxine.

Tell us in detail,all medications you have taken. Currently what medications you are taking and there doses.

I would appreciate , if you could also tell us all your investigations report.

After looking at your investigations and treatment you have taken, i might be able to help you diagnose your problem and discuss the treatment options.

Stay Healthy
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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