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Your husband's symptoms should be evaluated for an autoimmune disorder like polymyositis. The specialist to consult would be a rheumatologist. The helpful investigations would be;
1) Complete blood count,
2) Erythrocyte sedimentation rate,
3) Parathyroid hormone assay,
4) Muscle enzymes;
5) Anti-nuclear antibodies (ANA)
6) Adrenal function test
9) Anti-SSA (Ro) or Anti-SSB (La)
10) Coombs test
12) Serum calcium
13) Liver function tests
14) Kidney function tests
15) Parathyroid nuclear scan.
These should be able to give the diagnosis. Fibromyalgia is uncommon in females. But if all of these investigations are normal. this may also be the diagnostic consideration. His doctor may also look for;
1) Drugs and herbs if he is on any as the culprit.
2) Alcohol, if he drinks regularly
3) Vitamin deficiency by getting blood tests for B1, B6, B12.
4) His doctor may also get the free T3 and free T4 done if not already which many times may give diagnosis of hidden thyroid abnormalities which may not be revealed by routine thyroid function tests.
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