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What could bone pain in my legs be ?

I am almost 2 years out from breast cancer 2 positive nodes dble mascetomy a few attempts at reconstruction cancer is gone hormone positive had a historectomy i have lymphadema in my right arm from radiation i also received chemo. i am on arimidex bp, depression throid i now have bone pain in leggs mostly i had a nuclear scan and they say its hpoa. i had a pet and my lungs are clear. my lung doctor dosent think this is the right diagnosis. i saw a ra doc he says its common once my body realizes the cancer is gone it will go away. but its getting worse. what else could it be???
Asked On : Mon, 16 May 2011
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Hi Lisa,
I tend to agree with your RA Doc, that it will subside gradually. Our body needs some time to come back to normal.
Wishing you speedy recovery. meanwhile maintain a positive attitude.
Answered: Tue, 17 May 2011
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