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I have lost hope in all doctors. Almost, reaching a stage to give up trying help what ever i am feeling!
At the end if i will get sick and die there is no escape!
. I stared to envy anyone with a diagnosis and medication to get better. I am not being un grateful but i am suffering and a mum of three also Msc university student. Along that comes lot of life stress but i know i am not depressed nor imagining my symptoms. Maybe am overwhemled but dont need antidepressants i am not convinced just because they cant explain what i feel. My youngest was hard child with lot of issues sadly till now and so no sleep and stress most of the day almost 3 years! Plus two teens . Does that sound like stressful enough !
My last hope is sharing my feelings with you guys .maybe some one had similar experience and can help me !
Been 4 years suffering from random different unexplained symptoms! And each one seem to stay for long time enough to disable me and effect my quality of life . Then new issue pops till i developed health anxiety ! constant worry
All recent possible blood tests are normal . Just vit D and b12 is low and taking my supplements. Had mri 2 yrs ago and was normal. Heart scan and EnT normal. not diabetic .
SYMPTOMS; nothing diagnosed !
Basically. i get vertigo looking down and when walking fast. feel imbalanced seconds all day on off.
I get severe weakness and brain fog as soon as i delay a meal even a min!! which can disable me upto 2 hrs . Get shaky seconds on eating
Unexplained dizziness and feeling faint which got much better alone lately after 4 whole yrs wasted in my life!
per day maybe i get the sharpest nerve like pain for seconds back of my head! zaps like.
Then head goes numb sometimes and scares the hell out of me .
Sometime breathless and high pulse for noooo reason after stairs or stress!
Wont mention how much it affected my life at 36!
Not looking forward to ageing. I was a horse prior to this not even a headache !
Thanks for reading long but from my heart :c
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