For a week now i've stumped the Dr's.
Sat night woke up with severe arm pain between elbow and shoulder in both arms
Sun ER for pain and blood drawn and X-rays of spine and neck
all negative results
Mon followup with Family Dr more blood test and orders MRI of neck and spine Arm pain is still incredible. Blood work shows that my ALT AST are 286/653 evrything good MRI negative
Weds back to Dr pain has changed to a Tearing/burning sensation with quick or sudden movements. Another more comprehensive series of blood work done. ALT AST are still 10-15 times the normal
Thurs still waiting for results on some of the blood test Autimune Hep and others Had a CT scan of liver, gall bladder, pancreas done all normal! My arms!!!Off to the Chiropractor C 5+6 out of whack manipulate and some relief arms are still messed up. Lined up for gastro and a nero for begining of next week. Gonna redo blood monday.
Glad my Boss is considerate i've been out all week
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