Month 1- one pointed pain on chest left side for more than 2 weeks consulted physician gave ibuprofen and pain stopped again it returned after 2 weeks doctor said it's anxiety. 3rd time consultation along with shoulder pain did ECG Dr said it's anxiety. Month 2 - pain in leg joints along with shoulder back of neck went through master health check up at Apollo results anxiety. Probably continued to 3rd month along with some time numbness burning sensation in leg. Went to neurologist looking without diagnosis he said it's anxiety. For my confirmation asked for Brain and spinal MRI all were normal. Due to pain under went physiotherapy for week due to busy life could not complete it. Now problems are little reduced but I will wake up early morning around 4.30. Then again I will get sleep around 7AM. Pain in left shoulder blade, shoulder joint and hand creates problem. Pain is in both side but comparatively more towards left. Physiotherapy said it's CFS-Fibromyology. Does men get fibro?
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Hello there we understand your feeling and appreciate your patience to write up everything you experience. But then you see you have consulted so many eoctors and they all have give the same opinion amd the physiotherapist said that you are facing fibromyalgia. But then you asked us that woukd men get fibromyalgia. And we woukd definitely say yes because there is no limitation in sexes for fibromyalia it is nithing but the muscukar pain and it would get rekuevd by a miderate workout. You start in sport which you're interested in and before palying it you need to strectyour body. You wokd see improvement gradually. Thank you
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