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I am having very bad pains in my arms, ankles, and shoulders. Even the heels of my feet hurt. This only seems to occur after I have been lying or sitting for some time. I hurt to even stretch my arms out. Another person who was on Hep C tx was just diagnosed with Polymyalgia Rheumatica. What do you think? It just seems that every muscle in my body is hurting me after I have been still for any length of time.
Here is a site for you to look at for the proper answer to your question. I will keep you posted after I go to the doctor. All I really know is it hurts all the time and I'm miserable. Never started until after txs for hcv.
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