i am 28 and for months now i have been suffering from pain all over..it started in my lower back, i went to the doc and they done x-rays and found that i have mild multilevel degenerative disc disease thoracic spine and gave me inflammatory med and muscle relaxers and they did not help,then i started experiencing more symptoms, i now have neck pain,shoulder pain,upper back pain,pain under my left breast(that also hurts to the touch and causes breathing problems at times)migraines everyday,leg pain,feet pain,hip pain,hand pain, and im tired all the time, i cant sleep,i also recently discovered a small knot under the back of my left ear that is painful to the touch.. i dont know what is wrong and as im sure everyone on here knows most doctors do test, say they cant find nothing and send u home...i cant take the pain NO MORE...does anyone on here know what could be wrong with me...i have 3 kids and i cant be the mom they need me to be if im always in pain..someone plz help me...!
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