I have pain in my shins that never heals for over a year. It's not from exercise. It's like someone is stabbing me in the shine if I accidentaly run one leg over the other. It's not shin splins -I've had that. This much more painful but is ok as long as I don't move one leg over the other. xray doesn't show anything. 2 years ago, surgery to remove binine tumors and thyroid. Five months ago, I started having twitches in my right big toe wakes me up every morning-really aggrivating. This last month, I started feeling flutters under my left arm/back area. I was told 2 years ago I have autoimmune disorder. I have hypertension and hyperglycemia. If I shake my head I get dizzy. Until 3 years ago I was really healthy. I feel like my body all the sudden just started falling apart. What's going on. Could this be neurological. My Mom has a weird sleep disorder-no Rem. I don't want to have her issues. Could this be Parkinsons?
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