For a few months I have had pain that originates in my bones on my right side only. Its the hip and knee at first but now the pain is definately worsening and its in the thigh area and long bone of the lower leg. It's most common when I'm relaxing however it's very noticable when I'm active as well. I have no symptoms on my left side at all. Now I am having a hard time sleeping through the night cuz the pains wake me up. I would describe them as a dull achy puslating throb that comes on fast and without warning. It "slows down" and seems like its going to pas within 10 seconds but then gets harder immediately. Then it completely goes away in about 5 more secods. I am scared and worried. The pains are getting worse now and are just on the right side. I am 36 and have 4 kids. My youngest child is 9. I have no other previous symptoms or issues. (Just al little background on me). Any advice is welcomed. PS> I have no medical insurance so going to the clinic and running expensive and tedious tests are not an option.View Thread
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