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Tests For Polyarthralgia
Many things can...: Infections, auto-immune disorders, vasculitis diseases, hormone disorders, degenerative joint disorders, etc..., are some of the causes. The list is huge. The web site has a detailed list of things that can cause polyarthralgia: http://www.Patient.Co.Uk/doctor/acute-polyarthritis.Htm. ...Read more
I quit taking cymbalta for polyarthralgia due to severe side effects. It did work can I take pristiq (desvenlafaxine) as alternate?
I have been diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis as well as polyarthralgia. Negative rheumatoid factor. Often i have spasms in my back and frequent?
Dx: bilateral dequervain's ,polyarthralgia (tendons), neuritis in elbows/forearms/hands. Steroids ineffective. Rheum workup normal. Unsure what to do.
Ask someone new!: Your tests are normal, but your symptoms are not. They seem to indicate some form of collagen vascular disorder. You probably need a Rheumatologist to consider more testing to indicate the source of inflammation. Unfortunately, some real diseases like yours remain undiagnosed- a skilled rheumatologist should recommend a treatment plan to reduce your symptoms. Look into it again- get better soon! ...Read more
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