I’ve started suffering burning muscle pain and achy joint pain, I’ve been fatigued, experienced brain fog?

I’m a nineteen year old female and recently I’ve started suffering burning muscle pain and achy joint pain. It started a month ago in my right knee and is now all over. Along with that I’ve been fatigued, experienced brain fog, prickly sensations on my skin, muscle weakness, stomach pain and strange tingling/cold sensations in my chest. To provide more information I’m 5’8 and 96 pounds.
Please help me figure out what this is. I currently don’t have a primary care giver, but I’ve been to the ER a couple times. They haven’t been able to find anything. They checked my SED rate and it was within normal range. And because I’ve been bitten by ticks recently they did a Lyme disease and other tick related disease test, but it came back negative.
Thanks in advance for the help.





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shw12
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shw12

HI
THIS DOESNT SEEM TO BE RELATED TO TICK BITES OR ANY OTHER INFECTION.
YOUR BLOOD SEEMS TO BE DEFICIENT IN ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS LIKE CALCIUM VITAMINS AND AMINO ACIDS.
YOU SHOULD GET A DETAILED BLOOD PROFILE DONE AND START APPROPRIATE MEDICINES

Dr Mahaveer
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Dr Mahaveer

hi
this seems to be seronegative arthropathy with deficiency of carnitine causing burning muscle pains. a whole body dexa scan will be helpful to see the status of bones. few tests related to joint arthritis need to be done to come to a diagnosis including RA test,uric acid,HLAB27.
consult a rheumatologist

Dr. Ayman Darrag
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Dr. Ayman Darrag

Hi..
Going across your symptoms..there is nothing relevant strongly to the other multiple system involvement strongly indicates anxiety disorder .and vitamin deficiency ..you should take vitamins in form of fruits and vegs ..do some type of exercise and yoga…

Heather
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Heather

It kinda sounds like you might have a pinched nerve and you may be getting the brain fog from and stomach pain from stress/anxiety…are you under a lot of pressure because of something from school or work? Are you on any medications? If so, what are you taking? Have you been sleeping enough? Are you eating/drinking water regularly? And please don’t take offense to this next question…but have you ever done any sort of drugs? Sorry about all of the questions, but i’d have a more accurate answer for you if I had more information.

mrsshalini14
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mrsshalini14

hello there
this is due to electrolyte imbalance.get electrolytes checked.other possibilty is generalised muscle and connective tissue disorder. take protein and calcium supplements. exercises yoga and meditation will help you increase your immunity.

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