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randibear
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I do not like to be touched..anywhere.

my arms and legs are very sensitive and stay sore.

just touching me causes pain. and don't dare grab me. that causes excruciating pain.

pressing on my arms and legs hurt.

friends say oh its fibro, but it's not.

is there anything that will help?

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Jordana
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ALLODYNIA. It's a neuropathy. Keebler probably knows a lot more things but benfotiamine works over time to heal that kind of neuropathy. Vitamin B1 also if you don't want to buy a superfancy supplement.
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stefi42
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I experience something quite similar. I feel the pain in my bones. Everyone says that I'm over exaggerating but God forbid something hits me or touches/grabs my feet, legs, or

arms, I get a paralyzingly pain deep in my bones. It feels like I'm so brittle. Is this also nueropathy?

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Jordana
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I'm not sure Stefi. It could be a neuropathy that's redirecting to your bones, anything is possible. But mostly people describe allobynia differently.
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tulips
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Bone pain is a Bartonella symptom too. When I slack off of my Bartonella herbs, it really hurts if I hit my arm with something.
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ukcarry
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I am the same. I do agree that it seems largely an infection-related neuropathy, part of altered sensation. Relatively light knocks or touches anywhere on my body, including my hands, can make me feel as if I had hit my funny bone...it is very unpleasant.

I identify with the bone pain too.

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Having pain only after being touched and having excruciating pain being grabbed, this is horrible. I want to help you and I know a way that could be helpful for you, but of course, I can't recommend anything as I've never seen you. I also had unsupportable pain once, and my doctor recommended me some pills that released the pain immediately. Try to consult your doctor, and if he will tell you, that you can use Hydrocodone, then take it boldly as I am sure these pills will help you. In case you decided you want vicodin buy online, then make sure you check the link above. Stay safe and have a wonderful day!

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I'm still worried about our friend randibear. We have not heard from her in a very long time.

Her last post was more than 2 years ago.

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