Posted 10/24/2015 1:20 AM (GMT -7)
I'm writing on here because I feel kind of lost at this point. I have so many symptoms, but nobody can seem to diagnose me. My doctor told me I need to get a second opinion with a rheumatologist. She also wants me to see a neurologist and cardiologist. I'm hoping that some one on here can guide me in the right direction, or at least give me some kind of hope
-Chronic widespread pain
- jaw neck, shoulders, arms, wrists, hands, fingers, back, legs
-gained 50 lbs quickly over a year, and I can't lose it.
-nausea almost every day, sometimes vomiting
-tremors in my hands, fingers
- spasms in my lips, eyes, thighs
-numbness and tingling in my hands, feet and on my left shoulder blade closer to the middle of my back.
-dry/redness under my nose and my bottom lip
- frequent black or bloody sputum
-dry mouth, even when I'm constantly drinking water to stay hydrated
-very itchy ears
-sometimes blurry vision
-trouble breathing (like that feeling that im unable to get enough air)
-get overheated easily
-difficulty getting the right words out
- random, but more frequent slow thinking or movement (like I have to stop and remember how to do something I've done a million times)
-frequently dropping things
-body is constantly tense
-I have a "mad face" as a resting face, which is apparently a symptom of PD
-low vitamin D, which I've been taking supplements for
- recently bruising more,easily than before
-abdominal pain on my right side near my belly button for a few years now. Two CT scans showed swollen lymph nodes and my elium (not sure if spelled that right) is swallon. They thought it could be chrohns disease, but my colonscopy and biopsy was normal, the doctor never followed up with me on anything else, even though the pain is still there.
Also, I recently had an MRI of my brain, and they said the results were normal.
Chest x-ray was normal.
Thyroid tests were normal.
Not sure where to go from here. I'm sick of doctors looking at my age (28) and saying "you're too young for anything serious. It's just anxiety." I can feel that there is something wrong, and it's getting worse. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.