Common causes of muscle pain include:
- Chronic exertional compartment syndrome.
- Chronic fatigue syndrome.
- Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid)
- Influenza (flu) and other viral illness (influenza-like illness)
What disease causes severe muscle pain?
chronic fatigue syndrome. myofascial pain syndrome, which causes inflammation in muscular connective tissues called fascia. infections, such as the flu, polio, or bacterial infections. autoimmune disorders such as lupus, dermatomyositis, and polymyositis.
Why are my muscles sore for no reason?
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a condition that causes you to feel exhausted and weak, no matter how much rest or sleep you get. It often causes insomnia. Because your body doesn’t feel rested or replenished, CFS can also cause aches in the muscles and joints throughout your body.
What are the signs and symptoms of myalgia?
Symptoms of Myalgias:
- You may have muscle pain in a local area, or the pain may be more widespread.
- This pain may be mild, or severe.
- You may have fever, chills, if you have an infection.
- You may have pain in your joints, as well as your muscles.
- You may be overly tired, or very weak (fatigued).
Can a virus cause muscle pain?
But the symptoms of viral infection may go away days or weeks before myositis symptoms begin. Most muscle pain is not caused by myositis, but by strain injuries, or ordinary illnesses like colds and flu. These and other ordinary muscle pains are called myalgias.
Do I have MS or fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia and MS have some similar symptoms, including headaches, joint and muscle pain, numbness and tingling of extremities, memory problems, and fatigue. Like MS, fibromyalgia is more common in women than in men. But unlike MS, fibromyalgia does not show up as brain lesions on an MRI.
What disease causes joint and muscle pain?
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic, autoimmune disease that develops gradually over a period of weeks to months. While the disease predominantly affects the joints, early symptoms may not involve them, but instead include fatigue, muscle pain, low-grade fever, weight loss, and numbness and tingling in the hands.
Why does my whole body hurt all the time?
Body aches are a common symptom of many conditions. The flu is one of the most well-known conditions that can cause body aches. Aches can also be caused by your everyday life, especially if you stand, walk, or exercise for long periods of time. Keep reading to learn more about what may be causing your symptoms.
Why do I ache all over all the time?
When you’re aching all over and you have the flu, there’s a reason. Your body aches because it is releasing chemicals to help fight off the infection. One of the chemicals produced by your immune system is called prostaglandin (PG). PG helps your body fight the infection, but it also causes body aches.
Why does my body feel sore?
Infections and viruses. The flu, the common cold, and other viral or bacterial infections can cause body aches. When such infections occur, the immune system sends white blood cells to fight off the infection. This can result in inflammation, which can leave the muscles in the body feeling achy and stiff.