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48 yo Male. Finally diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Resistant Gout and Seronegative Arthritis, three years ago. Still questioning.
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10 years +...Due to excessive pain in the neck, left shoulder, weakness in left arm, the "dropsies," and tingling/numbness in left 4/5 fingers; multiple surgeries have occurred. (Ulnar release, shoulder (bone spurs, and muscle release) thoracic outlet, and fusion of c3/c4.) None have given much relief if any. Depression, anxiety, fatigue, insomnia. Bowel issues, Tightening of the calf muscles, memory issues and/or fogginess. Moving joint pain (knee, wrists, ankles), Chronic Resistant Gout, Seronegative Arthritis.
29 doctors, countless CT, X-Rays, MRI's. Diagnosed with (at any given time): Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Herniated disc, Rheumatoid Arthritis, CRPS. MRI for MS. Final diagnosis: Fibromyalgia (very rare in men), Chronic Resistant Gout, Seronegative Arthritis.