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What is the cause of muscle pain?

my body is hurting in all my muscles. My skin won't stop goose bumps on back and arms. my face is burning my hands are blue but not cold. when i move my eyes too far left or right i feel a jolt in my head. is this something to do with pinched nerves? i also get pain when i touch the muscle right below the right jaw
Wed, 20 Dec 2017
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Neurologist 's  Response
Hello!

Welcome on Healthcaremagic!

Your symptoms could be related to different possible causes:
- a connective tissue disorder
- an inflammatory disorder
- vitamin D deficiency
- an electrolyte imbalance, etc..

Anxiety can mimic this clinical situation too.

Coming to this point, I would recommend consulting with your physician for a careful physical check up and some blood lab tests (complete blood count, PCR, Sedimentation rate, blood electrolytes, vitamin D levels, Rheumatoid factor levels, etc.).
You should discuss with your doctor on the above tests.

Hope you will find this answer helpful!
Kind regards, Dr. Aida
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What is the cause of muscle pain?

Hello! Welcome on Healthcaremagic! Your symptoms could be related to different possible causes: - a connective tissue disorder - an inflammatory disorder - vitamin D deficiency - an electrolyte imbalance, etc.. Anxiety can mimic this clinical situation too. Coming to this point, I would recommend consulting with your physician for a careful physical check up and some blood lab tests (complete blood count, PCR, Sedimentation rate, blood electrolytes, vitamin D levels, Rheumatoid factor levels, etc.). You should discuss with your doctor on the above tests. Hope you will find this answer helpful! Kind regards, Dr. Aida