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Muscle weakness. Shoulder tightness. Menopausal? Help

I am now a 51 yr old female. For the past 3 years, that I can re-calculate onset symptoms, I have up to today have: severe leg muscle pain, burning and weakness or both. Both feet , muscle weakness , tightness and pain. My right arm muscle is same as legs - generates to right hand/ wrist weakness. I am very tired. Therefore resulting in restless nights of a good night sleep. I have a health history of low white cells - running 2300 - 3200. Review of records and past testing for the last 20 yrs. My menopause symptoms have been none. I have not had a period for 3 yrs. Very little hot flashes to even name. My only spinal or neck symptoms are that of shoulder tightness with some burning generating to my left shoulder blade. I can over come this if I relax and do exercises for same. I work in a medical office setting so therefore am up, down and at computer off and on during day. To date; my abilities to enjoy my day to day relaxing activities of walking 2-4 miles daily has decreased to 1/2 - 1 1/2 periodically.
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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