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Body pain, nags, deep in tissues. Is it related to lack of sleep?

hi, 7-8 years ago, i was suffering from pain, that i could only describe as walking pain through my body, started from hands and arms and spreaded all over body, i was seeing a lot of doctors, but nobody could find the reason, in about a year or two it was gone, but would come back if id have luck of sleep, so two weeks ago it came back and now spreading to my shoulders, back and neck and goes down to my legs.............doesnt make difference if i sleep or not..............the pain in not in muscles and not in bones.....its nagging it is deep in my tissue ........what can it be and what can help?
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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The pain you describe can be due to plenty of reasons. The most common reason might be simple fatigue cause of low hemoglobin and the same can be confirmed by a simple blood test. You should also consider undergoing a thyroid assay. Your work posture should also be corrected if necessary. These pains can also occur due to fibromyalgia, but we need some more information to comment on this condition. Antidepressants might help you if there is no organic basis for your pain.
Hope I am able to solve your concerns.
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