All over achey

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fongers06
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Date Joined Jul 2008
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   Posted 2/22/2010 9:31 AM (GMT -7)   
I have been feeling all over achey for some time now.  I was feeling this way in October and went to my regular doctor because I couldn't get into my GI dr.  He gave me a steroid injection that really seemed to help.  I am feeling that way again and have an appt to see my dr tomorrow but I am just wondering if anyone else has this feeling.  In most of my body it is an all over acheyness that reminds me of how you feel when you are sick with the flu.  But in the last few days I have had random pains in my arms and hands.  Last night I had to have my daughter open a soda bottle for me because I couldn't even get a strong enough grasp on the bottle to turn it myself.  Has anyone else had a similar experience?
Diagnosed with Crohns in May 08
Resection in November 08
Currently on Humira, Entocort, Xifaxan, Zoloft, Ritilan SR, B12 injections, Calcium and Vitamin D
Married, mother of 4


sheep87
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Date Joined Jan 2010
Total Posts : 31
   Posted 2/22/2010 11:38 AM (GMT -7)   
I get this all the time. Sometimes i struggle to get milk out of the fridge because my joints are too sore to hold it. I have been told its Arthritis and very common in Crohns. I am currently on Sulfasalazine to help with the pain but its not making any difference
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