Yesterday I had x-rays for ankle bracing which showed dozens of what looked like water spots to me, the orthopedist said he had never seen anything like them before and asked the radiologist. The radiologist believes they are calcium deposits. These are all through the soft tissue and muslcle of my lower legs. Some as small as a pin head or as big as a pumpkin seed and all sizes in between.
I read last night that calcium deposits can be quite painful but I couldn't find any information as specific as what I have been shown. The radiologist said that they are benign but if it is true that they can cause pain, it may answer the question about why I am sometimes too sore to walk?? Then again, that could be the EDS or Fibromyalgia.
Just wanted to throw this out there and see if anyone else has ever heard of or experienced a large amount of calcium deposits in soft tissue and muscle. Thanks!