I have been to a few doctors and given up on by an internalist. I am now off to a neurologist.
left arm aches with pain into fingers.
sweating in most coniditions, cant wear a dress shirt without sweating it through in the arm pits.
left chest cramps for no reason, some lower ribs cramping as well
left lat and back ties up very easily, massage by professional is therapeutic but pain returns.
main source of back pain is in left lat, or under left shoulder blade.
tired most days
weakness when doing exercise, high reps with light weight knock me flat quick.
headaches some days.
pain behind left knee, feels good to stretch it but does not go away.
recently had back seize up perhaps from my weakened state while at work. couldnt bend for a week still have troubles walking without lower back pain.
ct scan shows thymus visable but not enlarged potential for myesthenia gravis but dont fit all symptoms.
All other tests including blood, urine and hrt I pass with flying colors , x ray and ct show nothing except thymus.
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