My name is James I'm 44yrs old man 285lbs 5'6' and I have been to every doctor in town it seems like. They have not been able to find whats wrong with me. I cant work and I have no insurance anymore. So not able to go to doctors anymore so I'm here. I have high blood pressure and am on bystolic for that . But my problem is when I walk or stand I get pain in my lower back to the point it burns and I get weak and must sit. But if I sit my ribs start to hurt. If I use my arms my shoulder hurts. Just with movement. If I sit or lay in 1 spot more then say 5 min. I start to hurt. Doctor said fybromyalga started med for that nothing it did not help at all. Some times when I stand I get a light headed feeling and my arms jerk. I drive a truck for work so I cant drive if I feel like that they have done mri's and found nothing. When I sleep my neck hurts so bad it wakes me out of dead sleep the only thing that helps is a hot shower it goes away right then. I'm om cyclobenzaprine. The pain is in the muscle it feel like I have been to all kinds of doctors hope some one can help.........View Thread
yes weltel you almost hit my life like a nail on a head. I weighed 305 a month ago now 285 I have been watching what I eat. I work driving flatbed but over it I just got heavier and heavier. My problem is I cant walk more than out to my car then I hurt so bad I cant stand up. At work I would do one strap on my truck then I had to sit for 5 min or so then do another. I have never missed a day of work in ten years. Now because I cant unload or load I cant find work. Have had so much blood work done at one point I thought I might run out of blood. They found nothing wrong. Doctor said my cholesterol was the best he had ever seen. Said liver enzymes were high. That's all he came up with. Yes I smoke how do you quit I have tried everything pills gums and the patches nothing helped.View Thread
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