Hello my name is Linda. I am 43 years old with stage III B cancer. I had chemotherapy which ended on January 23. Then I had surgery on February 8. Now I am undergoing radiation. A week after the final chemo treatment I started to notice intermittent calf pain on both cabs. Then a week after surgery which would've been February 15 or so I started to notice tendon pain in my feet. Then over the next few weeks I started to have more tendon pain more muscle pain and more joint pain. I thought after chemo I would start to get better. But unfortunately three months after chemo I am feeling quite sore all over my body . The oncologist said that this is a Mistry to her and she normally doesn't hear tendon joint or muscle pains in patients. I should not be arthritic since I'm on 43 and I was quite healthy and I had no symptoms before I got diagnosed with cancer or before chemo treatment. My chiropractor said the symptoms described polyarthlgia or fibromyalgia. Could I ask you to share your similar experiences and let me know if there is anything that I can do. I am seeing physical therapist, chiropractor, and massage therapist and will soon start acupuncture. my hope is that through the combination of different modalities this issue will go away and I can start my life again. Thank you very much
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