A few yrs ago during the summer I began having these symptoms, pain in arch of my feet, when walking, pain behind my knees making it difficult to walk , climb stairs, stoop down, weakness in arms and hands, hard to lift, or open jars, those symtoms got better, unless I overuse my feet or arms. Now I have Irritable bowel syndrome, some clumsiness, dizzy and lightheaded only sometimes, blurred vision and chasers ( usually before periods) a numbness in one of my big toes, and pins and needles feeling in lower legs ( usually when I shower) some weekness and pain in one arm ( upper muscles) this comes and goes, it can even occure if I hold one position for too long, not just overuse, and this is strange but the muscles in my bottom hurt if I stay in bed , laying on my side, any suggestions?
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