- CASE FILE
I have constant pain in my whole body. Certain parts hurt worse than others. The pain has gotten worse over the years.
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
I have been officially diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Degenerative Disc Disease, A rare back disorder called Epidural lipomatosis, Bipolar Depression, Anxiety and Bad Arthritis. I've had bone density scans twice and they both came back normal. However, I've had multiple fractures in my left foot and an unusual fracture in my left hip, which led to surgery where they put pins and screws in the hip before if completely broke. I have no idea how this, or the other fractures happened. There was no injury or trauma. Today, it still remains a mystery. My whole body hurts, with most pain in fingers, back and feet. The doctors told me about my back disorders and that is what is causing the pain. They also told me there is a bulge on a disc in my back, which is hitting the nerve on my feet, which is causing the pain there. I have chronic fatigue, nausea and sometimes dizziness. It was a couple of years ago that I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia just because the docs took extensive blood work and everything came back normal. So, the only diagnosis they could come up with for the pain was Fibromyalgia. They put me on medication for this, but none of it worked. They put me on pain pills and they hardly work. They have me on such a low dose, the pills only work for an hour or two. I need to know what's going on to stop this pain.