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28 Caucasian female. high ck 200-800. muscle pain legs arm back for 6 months. sed rate normal 7. ana negative. emg prom fibrillation. possible diag?

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In brief: Need more Info

There are a whole family of muscle disease referred to as non-inflammatory myopathies which this appears likely to roll into and can include muscular dystrophies, metabolic/toxic diseases.
Mitochondrial diseases can also give a similar picture. Special testing needs to be done along with biopsy of nerve/muscle to nail the diagnosis.

In brief: Need more Info

There are a whole family of muscle disease referred to as non-inflammatory myopathies which this appears likely to roll into and can include muscular dystrophies, metabolic/toxic diseases.
Mitochondrial diseases can also give a similar picture. Special testing needs to be done along with biopsy of nerve/muscle to nail the diagnosis.
Dr. Dariush Saghafi
Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Dr. Farrah Ahmad
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Elevated CPK

The level of your CPK and symptoms of pain in your arms and legs, related to fibromyalgia.
If the EMG is suspicious, you should see in neurologist for possible muscle biopsy

In brief: Elevated CPK

The level of your CPK and symptoms of pain in your arms and legs, related to fibromyalgia.
If the EMG is suspicious, you should see in neurologist for possible muscle biopsy
Dr. Farrah Ahmad
Dr. Farrah Ahmad
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Dr. Nisha Manek
Several muscle diseases like metabolic myopathies can present in adults and typically have lower level of CPK as seen here. Dr. Saghafi below (neurology) has mentioned others. It not usual to see elevated CPK in Fibromyalgia.
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In brief: ?MYOSITIS?

Your information is helpful, but we would do better with more information and either a concierge visit or a box index consult.
You most likely have a muscle disorder, based on part of the profile, but some acute nerve disorders could be another consideration.

In brief: ?MYOSITIS?

Your information is helpful, but we would do better with more information and either a concierge visit or a box index consult.
You most likely have a muscle disorder, based on part of the profile, but some acute nerve disorders could be another consideration.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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