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Old 02-02-2013, 08:23 PM   #3
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Re: Spreading bone pain, no injury

I also recommend having your Vitamin D level checked. If you have a low Vitamin D count this can cause severe bone pain. If you have a blood test to have your level checked, make sure they do a Hydroxy D25. Mine was checked but they did a different Vitamin D blood test said it was normal. I continued to have the pain, getting more severe as time went on. Another doctor ran the Hydroxy D25 and said my levels were very low. Once I was put on a prescription Vitamin D the bone pain gradually started going away, it took 4 or 5 months for it to completely go away. I hope this helps, hang in there.