I am a 42-year-old female. I have joint pain (both hands, knees, and neck), fatigue, migraines, depression, and sometimes a burning sensation in my knees at night. I have increased stiffness and pain in the morning and settle throughout the day and the pain resumes at night. I took an Aimovig injection two months ago. I am currently taking Atorvastatin 20 mg daily, Vitamin D3 5000 IU one daily, Wellbutrin XL 150 mg 1 daily, and Sumatriptan 25 mg if needed. X-rays were taken and they were negative for arthritis. I consulted a rheumatologist and he told me that he was sure that I did not have arthritis. I asked him why would a 42-year-old have joint pain and he answered that it happens. Is this true, can someone suffer uncomfortable joint pain without having arthritis? If so are there any other explanations for the joint pain?
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