Does it really matter what is wrong?
I am going on 2.5 years of trying to figure out what is wrong with me. So far we have concluded that I have a elevated CPK of 400. I have had a muscle biopsy that said there was muscle damage but we don't know where its coming from. Do I really need to know why? As of now its just something that I deal with in physical situations... shoveling the snow, walking the dog etc. So if I go through lots of expensive testing and I find out what it is, will that really help? I will probably just deal with whatever it is since most of the stuff they are testing for has no cure.
Do you all think it was worth finding out exactly whats wrong?
Last edited by Jayhawk9; 12-27-2009 at 12:58 PM.