Aching bone pain that affects shins, ankles, forearms and hands
I will be right up front and say that my fear level is increasing MUCHLY and this control freak has read way too much.
I'm 53, have VitD deficiency, and am hoping beyond hope that is what is going on with my bones.
My long bones (shins, forearms) have an aching pain that comes and goes. It "seems" it is sometimes helped with pain relievers, but not always. It is VERY susceptable to cold.
I also occasionally have this in my forearms and wrists/hands as well.
Not my back, or my spine, not my head or my shoulders.
It is shin predominent. They have me going to see an endocrin metabolism specialist that I cannot get into until end of October.
I am off and on hypercalcemic with parathryroid tests that continue to come out clear.
I also have fatty liver.
Just here on a Sunday night crying and a whole lot scared.
Should I push for any specific tests to be run prior to going to that doc and what to do in the meaintime???