Severe joint pain

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I'm a 38 yr old female. No medical issues until recently. I've been having severe joint pain and chronic fatigue for several months. There are hard knots forming on my forearms near my elbow, wrists, hands, ankles and feet. My doctor told me I have a vitamin d deficiency and started me on a 50,000 IU supplement. The pain is so severe at times that I can't function and I've seen no improvement since starting the vitamin d weeks ago. My blood work doesn't show any abnormalities other than the deficiency so the doctor said its not arthritis or an autoimmune disease. I'm desperate for relief at this point. Has anyone had something similar? What could the cause be?

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    Hi Lilbitrowdy

     I am from UK I had something similar I didn’t go to my doctor I had chronic fatigue and problems with joints hurting I was convinced I had also mean disease

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       What I did was to look at what I was eating I cutting out we  Refind sugar is I then started to how I can improve my immune system on was cider vinegar  i  then brought health tablets which was Spiralina  I was also taking turmeric with the black pepper tablets this is good for anti-inflammatory I gave this at least a month to Kick in I was surprised how quickly my body was recovering and felt on top of the world give it ago David
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    Hi Lilbitrowdy

     I am from UK I had something similar I didn’t go to my doctor I had chronic fatigue and problems with joints hurting I was convinced I had   Autoimmune disease with some research was doing I found out the  exact Recommended apple cider vinegar please look up the dumpster you’ve got recommended apple cider vinegar please look up the  lumps you have maybe the lipomas Sugar is the culprits adjust your diet and you will feel a lot better David

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    Joint pain can be caused by injury or disease affecting any of the ligaments, bursae, or tendons surrounding the joint. Injury or disease can also affect the ligaments, cartilage, and bones within the joint, leading to a painful joint. Pain is also a feature of joint inflammation  and infection and can be a feature of rare tumors of the joint.
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