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BISC - My medical history

edited 12/09/2017 - 8:04 AM in Maintenance

Hi all. I decided to make a post of current health situation. 

History of my conditions:

Before 18

-Always did sports with
no major pain issues.

Age 18

-Pain in both knee
joints (left knee first). I took anti-inflammatory pills and after 4 months the
pain disappeared. I didn’t stop exercise during this time.

-Diagnosed with
scoliosis (left leg iliac crest is taller
8mm). This could justify my previous left knee joint pain from too much effort,
according to doctors.

Age 19 to 24

-Continued running and
doing gym.

-Sometimes lower back
pain (no knee pain) that recovered with rest.

Age 25

- Left side sacroilitis
after (way) too much effort, lack of sleep, bad eating (pain still continues,
but with less pain). 

- Left side sacroiliac
joint with erosion. Right side one is good.

- Sometimes my spine
hurts in the morning specially where I have my scoliosis back curve. The pain
continues during the day but disappears sometimes, even for days.

- My neck bone began to
hurt a couple months ago (pain never stopped).

- A Doctor is
suspecting of Ankylosis Spondylitis. I’m HLA B27+ and my uncle as AS.

- I have skin nodules from
a while ago. I didn't tell my spine Doctor because I thought it wasn’t nothing special
according to other skin docs. I saw it can be related with Rheumatoid Nodules from Rheumatoid



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