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High CPK test followed by almost normal - Pain for three years - What do I do?

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Old 06-28-2011, 04:04 PM   #1
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High CPK test followed by almost normal - Pain for three years - What do I do?

Lots of inconsistent muscle and joint pain body wide over the past 3 years accompanied with headaches. Had a high CPK test of 6944 followed by a normal CPK test of 218. Doctor thinks the first lab might have been a bad lab because I am young and fit. That said, pain and fatigue has been debilitating, but I am just not lazy and do a good job of masking it. What should I do.

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