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Severe leg pain, weakness, fatigue ,depression when cr-reactive is high

MRI results~ Multiple scattered supratentorial foci of increased T2 signal, a nonspecific finding. Differerential diagnoseis includes accelerated chronic microvascular ischemic white matter change demyelinating disease , of right infectious and inflammatory etiologies, vasculitis . Could someone please tell me what this could mean? I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia 14 years ago, my cr-reactive has been high, 29.9, severe leg pain, weakness in arms, fatigue, anxiety, depression, costochondritis . Much appreciated for any information. GC
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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I can understand this the report which is give here of MRI report is indicative of non specific finding and does not shows any major pathological changes, some how your functional elements are the responsible for your clinical symptoms no need to worry about this, just try to keep your stress level very low, hope this information helps you, have nice day.
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