I have been experiencing strange feeling in my muscles around my thighs & knee from 03 months now. i got fever , sore throat 3 months before along with that this pain in muscles.
Initially i thought it to be hiv due to possible sexual exposure with unknown hiv status. however i have been tested negative repeatedly & conclusively at 12 weeks.
however i still get this feeling in my muscles as if i dont have enough strenght in m thighs. also after last hiv test i started feeling pain in my feet soles as if i have been walking miles or walking on pebbles....
Thanks for your comments. Infact my rheumatologist has run a series of blood test on me including an ANA IF....The ANA test was negative & he recommended that I need not not worry & wanted me to see a sports & medicine therapist....i am undergoing some strengthning exrcises but does not see any major relief
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