I have back pain that gets worse on walking. MRI reports did not show anything abnormal. When I walk, my back gets locked. I have been suffering with back problem since 15 years. I have rash across my face that looks similar to acne filled with pus. My blood reports showed uric acid 7.2, positive ANA, negative rheumatoid factor, 46 ESR, 420 platelet count, creatinine with estimated GFR more than 59 mL/min, lymphocytes (auto) 3.9 X 10^3, high cholesterol and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) 1.74 uIU/mL. I have lower back pain, stiffness, fatigue often, chronic acne that gets worse with sugar, irritable bowels, restless legs, restless body, easily bruised, PCOS, excessive hair growth, thinning hair, common yeast infections, popping joints, no menstrual cycle, weight gain, dry skin, depression and anxiety. It got better with Prednisone. I have attached my medicine list for your reference. Thank you.
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