Burning pain throughout body no diagnosis still. MRI of brain fine. MRI of spine showed some nerve irritation and arthritis. Physical therapy has helped eliminate most of the vibration I was getting in arm and shoulder. So that is better. Thyroid test normal. No diabetes. Blood pressue good. Nerve test showed carpal tunnel, but already knew I had. Still neuro, pain doctor, primary care doctor none know why I have burning pain throughout body. Some days are calmer pain and other days are horrible. I asked could my lower left leg injury from years ago possibly be the issue. Meaning since soft tissue and tendons were all impacted, maybe I don't know. But they dismiss that shake head no and that's it.
Any suggestions or idea of what causes burning pain throughout body? Don't know what to do.
Only other info I could tell you about me is I am overweight but do exercise. Had total hysterectomy and I am in my 40's.
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