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These could be the symptoms of osteoporosis as well as many other issues. You are 42 so unlikely you would have osteoporosis unless you have hormonal imbalances or early menopause which could cause it. You said you have an athletic body so I'm assuming you must workout well which is good. But with workouts comes strains and overuse injuries (bursitis, tendonitis) which could cause pain in the joints of your body. Muscles can tense up and feel pain as well which could then make you feel as though your bones are hurting. I would have to know more about your hormonal history and/or any imbalance you may have there. You can also get checked for things like
fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome which can also contribute. High stress levels can cause pain throughout your body by causing adrenal fatigue. Being that you are young and athletic, consider a visit to the chiropractor for adjustments and rehab of your body and also a functional medicine doctor who can check you for chemical imbalance and even osteoporosis/osteopenia. I know I gave you a very long answer but I hope it helps.
A stooped posture
A bone fracture that occurs much more easily than expected
Sounds like arthritis could be a working differential diagnosis.
In good health
Dr. Neil Berman