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Muscle and bone pain
Hi, I am having muscle pain in different places which come and go from yesterday. Not continuous. Pain areas: Left hand last two fingers, Muscle in left hand between shoulder and elbow(lower part) , Left leg knee pain, Left leg muscle beside shin bone, Right leg calf pain. All these pains come and go and not severe only mild. I have not done any physical activity or no injury, no swelling or no visible observations. These are the aches without any reason. Why is this happening? Please suggest. Thank you.
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Typical of vitamin d and b12 deficiencies. Get your blood test for vitamin d and b12 Most likely will be quite low. Get injectable vitamin d and b12 and within a few days your pains will go. All the best.
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Kindly consult with details for appropriate evaluation and advice
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