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Elbow pain

I've been struggling for over four months now with what I originally thought was lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow, an RSI I thought from too much typing or something (I don't even play tennis). Now I'm wondering if there's something more wrong with me because the pain is not going away, in fact it seems to be getting worse. My boyfriend mentioned bone chips and that does sound like it may fit my symptoms. The pain is very localized and only when I move my arm in certain ways. I fell over a couple of times just before I noticed the pain so I think that must be the cause, I must have damaged the elbow somehow. Anyone got any ideas? Thanks in advance for your help. Carmen
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Hello have an mri done to your elbow that will reveal the cause within
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