I was diagnosed with transient osteoporosis but for having this constant pain for about 5 years the diagnosis was changed to multifocal nonbacterial osteitis?

I have constant pain in feet and hands. At first I was diagnosed with transient osteoporosis but for having this constant pain for about 5 years the diagnosis was changed to multifocal nonbacterial osteitis. Test results: Normal X-rays, normal ultrasound, normal CT, severe bone oedema in multiple bones in feet on MRI, changing to different bones with each MRI, that being in the talus, cuneiform, cuboid, navicular and metatarsals. Full blood count, thyroid, Calcium, etc and HLA-B27 normal. Please help so I can get the right treatment. Pain has started in both hands about a month ago.

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