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Having headaches, chills, pain and swelling in knees and ankles. Normal blood tests and CAT scan reports

For the past few days i have been having headaches , chills and pain in my joints and my knees and ankles are swollen this happened all the sudden with no signifigant physical activity went to er got blood tests and even a catscan and nothing was found. Blood tests were mainly checking levels nothing to specific any ideas
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Hello and thanks for the query in HCM
Before going to the diagnosis I want to know the history in detail: your age, weight, height, any history of hypertension, diabetes or heart disease? Your problem can be related to many systems and for diagnosis a detail and clinical examination is must.
The problem may be due to heart related issue, Rheumatoid Arthritis or other bone related problem. You must consult you doctor and get a detail examination done. In blood investigation you may need Renal function test, S. Uric acid, ESR, CBC, RA factor.
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Answered: Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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