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Date Joined Jan 2013
Total Posts : 1
   Posted 1/28/2013 3:43 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi every1.. I have the following symptoms..
1. hair fall
2. sensitive to heat/ sun.. i get black patches esp on my arms, neck, back and thighs and i excessively sweat on these patches.. i feel dizzy, dehydrated n weak if i go out in the sun due to sweating..
3. hashimoto
4. my feet swell n ache if i stand for a lil while esp in the heels and achilles tendon..
5. weak memory.. forget things easily..
6. a lil weak bowel.. cant really move much or walk around after meals..
7. my ANA tested positive..
8. RBC count is a little high
9. LFT is at borderline
none of the meds for my skin prob have worked for me.. i tried meds for my other probs too however i still havent got a doc who can identify the real problem.. i cant really do a lot of physical activity.. miss out on a lot of fun...
my bp gets low sometimes.. not on meds for this though..
have been facing these probs for almost 18 years.. i am 27yrs old now..

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Date Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts : 335
   Posted 1/30/2013 3:12 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi, palchint Welcome to the CFS board. Have you had All these symptoms since you were 9? I am not sure what 'black patches' are but if you are still looking for answers to just that One issue, I would dump All my Dr.'s and start from scratch. That and your hair falling out sound a whole lot more serious than CFS, although they could be Endocrinology issues. A couple of things you can do while you wait for Dr.'s to do something, don't wear heels, see a Chiropractor, adjustments can help everything from bad feet to foggy brain. Try Ginkgo Biloba for your memory issues and Magnesium Malate for energy, kegel exercises are good for your bladder muscles too and for the low blood pressure try not to skip Any meals especially breakfast and eat light and every 4 hours. We have to do for ourselves because Dr.'s get paid whether we stay sick or not and the sicker we are the richer they are. End rant, I hope this helps, come back and look around the site and Keep In Touch.
Crainiotomy Lg. Meningioma Dec.02, Bi-Polar 2004, SMI 06, Gluten/Wheat/Dairy Intolerance, IBS 06, Migraines w/pseudo-seizures 07, Dev. Septum Sur. Sept.07, 2nd Men./Tumor Gamma Knife Rad. Dec.08, Radical Hysterectomy Sept.09 w/instant Menopause, Fibromyalgia 09, Disability since 09, EBV/CFS 11,Vomiting/Multiple Ulcers, Vertigo 12, Chronic Fatigue Moderator 2013.No meds list I ran out of space.

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Date Joined Jun 2008
Total Posts : 731
   Posted 1/30/2013 3:20 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Patchint, It sure sounds like you are going through something, that's for sure. My first thoughts on reading your post are either Lupus, another autoimmune disease or Lyme. My daughter has several autoimmune diseases including Lupus & she has some of your same symptoms. What has your doctor said? What does he/she think it is or what is he looking into? Getting a dx can take time from the beginning of testing until the diagnosis, so be patient with your DR. You could have several things going on simultaneously but I hope you don't have CFS on top of something else. Keep us posted on how you are doing. Many gentle hugs, Denise
Fibromyalgia-dx'd: 2006, ME/CFS-dx'd: 2006, Holt-Oram Syndrome dx'd 1975, reduced lung capacity dx'd 2009, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression (lifetime problem) IBS, neuropathy in hips

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