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For a month or more l have bone pain in both shins, calfs and in forearms. dr said take pain killers but not relieving pain, it is like actual bones that hurt and l have pain at the site of an old metarsal fracture area, l am scared in case something serious as l suffer from anklyosing spondilitis, l have also bveen falling asleep at worl - hope you can help
the top opf leg bones feel like growing pains and stretching of the bones the lower shins are just aching all the time and it is the bone
Thank you for replying. no blood tests done, dr dismissed me so l am seeing a rheumatologist in three weeks, l referred myself privately as l have anklyosing spoindilitis buty gp not interest in me - any help /advice gratefully received
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