Hi, 50yr old female. Regular periods, 10cc fiboroid mass found on left ovary. Having hystorectomy pain in upper left shoulder blade, top of shoulder, pain in wrist (all on the left side) and both legs in the muscles are getting weak. This will come and go and all pains seem to come togther and leave together. I also feel dizzy and hard to concentrate. I've had stress test, MRI's (found only excessive mucuse in cavity), EKG, CT SCAN (which found the mass) blood work. All test come out fine but I don't feel fine. Like I said this will come and go. I was convinced it had something to do with my periods but this time I already had one and the pains came later. I feel I'm getting weaker and my muscles in my legs never played in this before..this is a new symptom. Help please.
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