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So I've been undergoing diagnosis for AS for over two years now. I went for an MRI over a year ago and was told I had 'shiny bones' in my back, from how this was explained it means my bones are growing. I am in alot of pain, some days are better then others but I am never pain free. I am constantly tired because of the level of activity I do to try and alleviate the pain. Went for a second MRI a couple of months ago to see if I could go on TNF therapy because painkillers aren't working anymore and the pain is now affecting my day to day life. I got a letter this morning telling me I have no inflammation in my SI joints yet I am in agony most of the time. Could by condition be anything else? I am HBLA negative, don't have much stiffness on a morning but my pain does get better with exercise.
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