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Thank you,now i dont know what to do,it looks lupus,i was misdiagnosis with rhabdomylosis.My ck level was over 6000,normal is 175,blood sugar was 485 now after coming off pain meds (oxyconone)im feeling like 100 percent of yall with a autoimmune disorder.So now wait on blood work and try it again.O the reason i come off pain meds igot scared,drs say dependent i say hooked.Anyway with the help of god i done it,now the pain is worse but im happier,any im new here any help would be a blessing,thank you.:)
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