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Tight hamstrings, mobility restricted, joint pain, taking Panadol, done blood test

hi there. my problem is very tight hamstrings which restricts my mobility. Also on regular intervals of 2/3 weeks my whole body aches and is worse on my joints. I have starting taking panadol now and that has helped cause I sleep better.This condition is worse at night and in the morning. I also can not walk or stand for long.My blood tests were done 3 months ago and they came back normal except creative kinase was slighty raised.
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Hi, this is dr.syed minhaj ahmed,
creatine kinase elevation indicates that there is strain of the muscle and is not al a specific investigation which can lead us to a diagnosis.
However, joint pains need to assessed clinically.What i would like to know is whether there is involvement of small joints of hand also ? with early morning stiffness ? in which case it may be a part of rheumatoid arthritis with secondary myalgia affecting hamstrings.
Answered: Fri, 23 May 2014
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