The pain is most likely from the deficiency in bone mineralization. Additional stress of any form, even driving can cause intensified pain. Anxiety and some form of depression may also intensify pain perception (so I believe your pain has lots of dimensions involved).
To address this, I believe it would require a multidisciplinary team. A pain specialist may be able to do nerve blocks to increase the pain threshold. Psychological counselling along with some form of anti-depressant medications may help lower the perception of pain. I suggest you discuss these options with your doctors.
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