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    I'll keep it as short and simple as possible:

    Recently I've been experiencing seemingly random aches and pains around my body. They're mild, so normally I'd think nothing of them. But it's been going on for nearly 2 weeks now, and every day it seems to be a different place which hurts. I've had.. neck, stomach, colon, intestine, testicle (ouch), chest (not sure what exactly), gland (behind the jaw bone), thigh, liver (well maybe not but in that area)...

    Today my left shoulder blade is achey, and on the right side of my face just behind the jawbone it hurts a little.

    I don't have a clue what it could be but I'm sure it's not all coincidence and sleep/posture-related aches (though my posture probably doesn't help). I will go to see a doctor if it doesn't resolve soon, so don't just say "go see a doctor" :p:
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    since ya have already said ur gonna see a doctor i cant really add anything towards it but i hope ya feel better soon :hugs: tammy xoxo
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    Maybe your body is trying to fight off an infection. I know you said don't say but I am, go to the doctors. Hope you feel better soon Mike.
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    Have you had any other symptoms along with the aches, or have you been feeling generally unwell? Have you been particularly stressed recently, or changed anything in your routine? (however small you might think it is!)
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    Nope. Been feeling tired but I always do because I never go to bed early enough

    I haven't exercised much lately because I had an operation on my toe. I haven't played football (my main method of exercise) in about 2 months, if that could count for anything....
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    Oh and.. no I haven't been feeling very stressed at all.
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    You're probably just aging
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    You might be feeling run down due to not doing the physical activity you used to, perhaps a few early nights might help a bit too (easier said than done I know!).

    If it does continue, you will have to see a doctor though (sorry, I know you didnt want to hear that!) as these aches could be a symptom of several different things.
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    My boyfriend suffers from anxiety and he's always complaining about aching all over.
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    (Original post by visesh)
    You're probably just aging
    Well, I am 19 now
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    I get the same, but in my legs at night, cant explain it, maybe its something to do with growing?
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    I get pains in mi stomach, round the kidney area and back. But mi Doc just said its normal for a growing boy (im 16 btw), so if ur a teenager i wouldn't worry about it too much unless its really painful.

    Mi cousin also gets it. Seems to be that the taller you are the more back pain you get.
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    (Original post by flipflop2)
    I get pains in mi stomach, round the kidney area and back. But mi Doc just said its normal for a growing boy (im 16 btw), so if ur a teenager i wouldn't worry about it too much unless its really painful.

    Mi cousin also gets it. Seems to be that the taller you are the more back pain you get.
    lol i wont have that problem then I'm only 4'11 :rolleyes: :cool: xoxo
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    YOU ARE A HYPOCHONDRIAC, SEEK HELP YOU MOFO.
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    Take the hypochondreiac test : http://www.queendom.com/tests/fx/hypochondriac.html

    I got 40
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    (Original post by visesh)
    You're probably just aging
    :rofl:
    Your bodies probably trying to fight a virus. The places you've felt pain are all infection-busting-gland places or places that would be affected by these places actions, i.e. stomach and chest.
    Hope you get well soon.
 
 
 
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