i have considered hashimotos as well but am not very familiar. i tend to concentrate on symptoms and management instead of frustration with drs for dx's.
i have had a severe vitamin d deficiency for years. at least that is verifiable by blood work. the rest of ur numbers i am not familar with
the conclusion my doctor and i have come to on my bone pain is that it is so unlike other pains that it just feels like bone pain. he claims it's muscles but who knows. obviously (tho not to most drs) the pain is real regardless.
i do have thinning bones, but supposedly not severe enought to be causing this pain
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