Hello, I am a 17 year old girl and I recently got a urine analysist because i am having problems with really achey pains in my arms and legs, stomach pains, and lightheadedness. It says I have ketones at a level of 15, high segs 70%, and slightly low abs lymphs . My glucose 110 like 2 months ago, which I'm guessing is normal. My albumin was at 5.5 and the highest it was supposed to be is 5.0. Do yoou have any ideas what this could be? I'm going to a rhematologist and he didnt say anything about results. thanks.
Could be the early signs of Fibro. Check inside your knee area for tenderness . . . a major symptom!
The aches you describe sound much like Fibromyalgia.
Stress can trigger it so avoid it as much as possible.
The rheumatologist must have an opinion. Keep after him.
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