How serious is this?
Not too bad. Rough it out - 0.0%
Use some aspirins, not enough to go to the doctor - 0.0%
go to the doc for some perscription meds - 0.0%
Go to the doctors to get some advanced scans and tests - 66.7%
Go to the hospital, this is serious - 33.3%
Call 911! You are in danger! - 0.0%

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   Posted 7/10/2006 10:29 PM (GMT -6)   
Everything has gotten worse. Headaches now pound in my head and llunge out with incredible pain every time I stop breathing for around two seconds just to swallow my food. My heart speeds up even when I just stretch when I get up out of bed. Its getting worse, I am becoming more tired every day, and I have become incredibly lazy. I want help, I request..I NEED HELP!! sad sad

EDIT: As I just stood up from setting up the post, I blacked out and collapsed for about 3 minutes. I am going to bed. NOW.
Current Confirmed Diseases :Eczema, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Constipation (which varies by time, and is rather emberassing) Chronic Migraine, Minor Asthma

Meds: Aquaphilic Cream (eczema) Non perscription, Albuteror perscription Inhaler

Post Edited (boot117) : 7/10/2006 10:36:32 PM (GMT-6)

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Date Joined Oct 2005
Total Posts : 4031
   Posted 7/11/2006 5:17 AM (GMT -6)   

Hi boot, I understand that your scared for your health and what is going on with you.  But please try to understand that we are not doctors and can only lend suggestions and advice based on similar experiences.  We cannot do anything beyond that.

I am going to reiterate that you need to speak to your parents about this, as you are 15 yrs old and would need their consent for treatment.  They need to decide if it is appropriate for you to go to the hospital or to see your regular physician.


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