I have been tested for RA, MS, Lupus, etc. and have not been diagnosed with any of the above. However, I continue to hurt. I have times where I have a lot of energy and feel I can accomplish alot. But then there are times like now, that i have no enery, and hurt all over. It tends to start out in my back. Lower back, then my middle back, shoulders, leg cramps at nigt. Then i just ache all over for a couple of days, maybe weeks and then it goes away. I tried to rest, take pain pill (over the counter) Hot baths. Yes, these soothes my muscles for awhile, but once I start walking, do work, its back. I can't go on like this I am 33years old and I do have degenerative disc disease, and spondolysis. I had cervical infusion done in 2000 and it seems to be ok. But my main complaint is I can't bear this pain, numbness, aching, much longer. It is hindering my everyday life, as well as my marriage, because my husband can't even understand why a 33year old can't do more than I do with out complaining of hurting. Please help.

Posted By Valla on December 31, 2005 at 12:31:15:

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