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I am a 26 year old male having below issues. 1. Back ache started around 2 months back. I ignored it until recently my shoulder, neck are also paining. There is pain in ankle, knee area too. I also developed a headache yesterday and today have dry cough I went to a doctor last week when the main issue was lower back pain. He checked if there was any weakness in my legs and checked for my leg movement. When asked, I informed that I travel ~35 kms daily on my bike to the office. He suggested the below medication saying that it was a muscle spasm 1. Myoril 4 mg (3 days - 1 tablet a day while sleeping 2. Bio d3 max (15 days - 1 tablet a day after lunch) 3. Me-12 od (10 days - 1 tablet a day after dinner) 4. Flexabenz gel (twice daily) 5.signoflam (after breakfast and after dinner for 5 days) 6.pan-40 (before breakfast and before dinner for 5 days) 7. He suggested using l.s belt while driving bike I did take myoril and d3 max tablet once. I apply the gel and use a hot water bag on affected areas regularly. Though the body eases off, the stiffness and discomfort come back. I have done this for 3 days now. There was never a severe pain, but just discomfort that I want to get rid of. I would rate my discomfort as below 1. Shoulder, neck, and back -- most of the time 2. Knee and ankle -- after a long walk or otherwise sometimes I have stopped going to the gym for 7 days thinking that it might be the issue. The pain is very much bearable, but I get very tired while coming back from office. It's still manageable but I would like to know if I should take this to a doctor.

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1 .35 km drive daily is the main stress causing the pain issues. 2.From the history you seem to be having myofascial pain .Best way to cure is to take muscle relaxants and REST 3.Please do a CBC also 4. It will be better to use the public transport or less stressful way of commuting till your problem subsides
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