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Heavy pains in back, joints of waist, right knee, diagnosis shows high pus cells. What's wrong ?

Hi, I am Chile- 33years old, 7.5 feet tall and 75kg by weight. I have been experiencing a very heavy pains on my back (back bone,very close to my hip ), the ball and sock joins of my waist and on my right knee! The pains seems mobile because they changed locations each time I moved my body usually! I have done several diagnosis but no bacterial was found in my system but my pus cells remained remarkably high! Please what is wrong with me because it looks as if I m getting to paralysis? My e-mail address is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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good evening..could you describe me more about the pain? is it worse in the nights? how do feel early ur knee joint swollen...did they check esr and crp in your blood....don't worry you are not gettin a paralysis....let me know..we may need to get an X-ray nd MRI done as well..but do let me know the answers...
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