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Radiating pain down the sides mostly when walking. Blood tests, scans, x-rays normal. Arthritis?


I am a 48 year old female -fit, active and average weight (60kg/160cm height). I work at a computer every day.
I get radiating pain down my sides (like in my glands & this goes across the top of my back) - I orginally believes this might have been digestion issues to start with -but I dont get heartburn, dont have problems swallowing & can eat anything (I have had normal blood tests/chest xray's/ gall ballder xray & glands/chest checked -all ok. Pain can occur when I am walking (empty stomach). It comes and goes - when I am tired or hormonal it seems to be worse. When I am relaxed or weekends (when I tend to eat more spicy food & alcohol) it is better.

Could this be hormonal? (Pre-menapausal)?? It has been for a few years now -not enought to stop me in my tracks -more annoying and re-occurring. Maybe it arthritis

Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM It not what you are thinking, you are little bit apprehensive, and over reacting to what ever complain you have, your problem seems because of your posture, if your are sitting incertain position for longer time then it may cause you uncertain kind of pain and unexplained things, disturb you like any thing you better relax in between for some minutes, go for meditation adopt relaxation therapy these will help you a lot,, have nice day
Answered: Tue, 16 Jul 2013
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