What kind of pain moves around? Nerve? Muscle? Inflammation?

What kind of pain moves around?  Nerve?  Muscle?  Inflammation?

I read someone's entry about pain that moved around and it sounded like me. I keep asking the doctor, How can the pain move, but he doesn't say anything. For example. I had a very bad pain in the back of my left pelvis. So bad I though maybe I broke it somehow. A week later it had moved to the rear/left side, and now it is slightly on the front of the left side. At least I know nothing is broken.

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  • Hi,

    First of all and most important: Have you been diagnosed with Hughes Syndrome (APS)? You write nothing of that. Because on this site we all have APS and we are not allowed to answer Medical questions only try to help if we can with info etc.

    Best wishes from Kerstin in Stockholm

  • No I have not been diagnosed with APS. I wrote all my symptoms in google and it took me to your site.

  • Hi, who diagnosed your Hughes Syndrome/APS, please do give us more detail. MaryF

  • I get severe pain that seems to just jump around my body I thought I was constantly in pain all over and just one place was more painful and dulling out the rest of the pain in my body, I was diagnosed with APS in February but. since have been diagnosed on the weekend as having lupus and apparently the pain move is consistent with that

  • My jump around pain is mostly gone, or much less severe since I had shots in the spine. I had been diagnosed with Lupus a couple times, but they always change their mind. For 30 years I was told by many doctors that I had rheumatoid arthritis, but now I'm told that I don't have it and never did. I feel pretty good for 71.

  • My colleague,Kerstin, has ask if you have APS/Hughes Syndrome and we must know this before we can give you any information or help. As Kerstin has said we are not medical professionals and cannot provide medical advice.

    Best regards.

    Dave

  • That is exactly what I ask my doctor. He had no reply. I still don't know.

  • These are the blood tests needed: Anticardiolipin antibodies (aCL)

    Lupus anticoagulant (LA)

    Anti-beta2-glycoprotein-1 (anti-B2GP1)

    Also get your vitamin D, B12 and iron tested and a thyroid panel done. If you say where you are located we can help point you in the right direction. MaryF

  • You wrote this one year ago.

    I ask you the same to day: Do you have been diganosed with Hughes Syndrome and where do you live? We asked you this question one year ago because this is a site for Hughes Syndrome (APS). You did not answer.

    If we are going to help you, you must communicate with us.

    Kerstin in Stockholm

  • Sorry, My jump around pain is mostly gone, or much less severe since I had shots in the spine. I had been diagnosed with Lupus a couple times, but they always change their mind. For 30 years I was told by many doctors that I had rheumatoid arthritis, but now I'm told that I don't have it and never did. I feel pretty good for 71.

  • I am also pretty good for being 71.

    Kerstin

  • if so I I should advice you to see an APS-Specialist and ask for the test also for APS.

    Read also "Sticky Blood Explained" by Kay Thackray, who has got APS and writes about all the symptoms and how it is to live with this illness. It is a very good book if you think you have got APS. You can have APS also without the antibodies but it is wise to see a Specialist of APS who knows what to look for when you tell him your symptoms.

    If you write about your symptoms it is easier for us to recognize if they may be related to APS.

    Let us hear how it goes.

    Kerstin

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