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Forum Name: Psychiatric Topics
Question: is pain all over body psychic
|darsh - Sat Mar 15, 2008 12:43 pm||
i have pain in every inch in my body a silly pain that i describe myself not healthy not ill (myalgia)with slight hangover or it belongs to rheumatology i have allergic rhinitis some told me it is due to low oxygen intake especially in sleeping my liver enzyme GPT and GOT /ESR/CRP within normal range and my CBC also but i have ralative lymphocytosis how can i make sure that it is organic or psychiatric cause .thanks
|Dr. E. Seigle - Sat Mar 15, 2008 4:53 pm||
If you haven't yet had these done, you should consider having a complete, general medical evaluation with your internist or family doctor, and if this fails to uncover anything, a psychiatric evaluation; these might help to suggest possible causes to your pain. Pain conditions can sometimes be associated with psychiatric conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders, people with trauma histories, and what are called somatization disorders. Of course, many medical conditions can cause generalized pain such as yours. Get yourself thorough evaluations before you reach any conclusions, though. Good luck!
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