What can be causing aching knees, ankles, elbows and wrists & itching?

Joint pain/itch. Many causes. Consider arthritis, rheumatoid, or connective tissue disease. The itching may be related to sensory nerve irritation from joint swelling, or it my be something separate.

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Hi my elbows knees ankles and hands have been itching for 11 days I itch til I bleed and it burns could u tel me what this could be thank you becka?

Itching. Without an evaluation it is impossible to answer that question. Your best first course of action is to see either your primary care doctor or (preferably) a dermatologist . Read more...

Could my back be causing pain from my ankles to my knees and my elbows. But no back ache?

No. Not according to the wiring diagram that came with your owner's manual. Pain in elbow=elbow issue (not from back) Pain from knee down depends on the location (front side or back of leg (eg. peroneal nerve compression, posterior tibial nerve injury, referred pain from a joint etc. ) Read more...

How do I ease the pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis? Usually on necks, elbows, wrists, fi gers, especially on thighs, knees and ankles.

See a rheumatologist. There are some excellent medications to control rheumatoid arthritis; they can have side effects, but used appropriately they can reduce or prevent long term damage to your joints. They work best if used early in the course of the disease. See a specialist, and get a second opinion if necessary. Read more...
See a doctor. A rheumatologist can prescribe proper medication for pain and swelling. Read more...
You need. To be under the care of a rheumatologist. There are many medications that can help you. Read more...

Ra tests all negative emg and nerve test negative also pain in neck shpulder blades elbows wrists knees and ankles could it be possible fibromyalgia?

Possibly. Fibromyalgia is a syndrome with a constellation of symptoms including widespread myofascial (muscle pain), depression, and poor sleep. Patients benefit from routine exercise, medication, and biofeedback. Medications such as lyrica, cymbalta, and savella (milnacipran) are all indicated in treatment. Elavil, flexeril, and anti inflammatories have also been used with varying degrees of success. Read more...
Yes. If you have soft tissue trigger point tenderness, chronic fatigue and disrupted sleep then it may be fm. See a rheumatologist in any event for a proper diagnosis. Read more...
Most likely. From what you describe it may indeed be fibromyalgia. See your doctor for tests and treatment. Wishing you the best. Read more...