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Race: Scandinavian/Middle Eastern?
Weight: 158 pounds
I've for a very long time been experiencing several issues with my body, I suspect that some of these issues may be connected, and I would really appreciate if you could take a look.
I have other issues, like bad eyesight, second hand smoker, seborrhoisk dermatitis, which could also be linked.
3 Years ago, I caught the worst cold I ever had, which I belive lasted about 2 weeks? I was experiencing extreme fatigue and wasn't really able to do anything for the entire duration, after the sore throat and coughing was gone. I thought I was perfectly healthy, but I was still experiencing extreme fatigue, this went on for like a month, before I got I went to my local doctor, I was told I probably had Glandular fever, and that I would probably go away within like 3-4 weeks or so, I don't remember exactly. 2-3 Months went by, and I was still experiencing these symptoms. I then decided to go to a specialized doctor, who took some blood tests, and I was told that they had too many white blood cells, and I probably had some sort of infection that you get after having Glandular fever. I also went to the hospital to get my throat x-ray scanned, but I don't remember what they suspected it to be, no results. I was told to wait a month, and then get my blood tested again. My blood tests came back, showing no inbalance. I was still experiencing fatigue, this went on for another year, until the symptoms just dissappeared out of nowhere.
8 months ago, a cherry sized thing on my back appeared, which turned out to be an infection of the sebaceous gland. I was told to take pencilin/antibiotics, 3 times a day for 2 weeks. 2 weeks went by, and the infection seemed to be gone, only to reppear 2 days later way worse than before. I went to the doctor again, and I was told to take pencilin again, for another 3 weeks. After 3 weeks, this time, it didn't even dissappear, the antibiotics just did nothing at all.. I contacted my doctor, and I was told that it wasn't actually dangerous, and the only real reason to get surgery was if the pain was too much. But she wouldn't recommend it. I still have this issue currently, where it appears and dissappears once in a while, but for the most part I don't experience pain.
3 weeks ago, I noticed a non-visible small lump on the back of my head, marked on this picture. https://imgur.com/a/TcSAKHV I went on here to ask for help, and was told that it was probably a lymph node, and I should get it checked out. Which I did, I went to the doctor, and he sort just felt it, and said it was just a sebaceous gland.
2 Weeks ago, I started experiencing very uncomfortable pain in both my hands and fingers. I thought that this was probably linked to bad posture, but I got it checked out anyways. I was checked for marfan syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome and hand arthritis, I didn't have any of them. My blood sample did however show that I was D vitamin sufficient and I had too many white blood cells, once again. I didn't have any viral infection going when I got my blood sampled. My doctor concluded that this all could have something to do with too little vitamin d, and told me to take daily supplements, for 3 months. I have started taking these, not really sure if I should be feeling any difference yet, but I am not. This is what I'm the most worried about, since my job is using my computer, and I'm not sure if I cause permanent damage, by still using it. I was 100% that I had carpal tunnel syndrome, since I have been experiencing a sharp tingling sensation very occasionally in my finger tips, starting like a year prior to this maybe a bit less.
A week ago, I started getting a weird feeling when I turn my back, it makes this "grinding noise", I can hear it pretty clearly, and it feels like I run out of breath or something, when this occurs. Now when I stand up to long, I get this very discomforting pain in the left side of my back until I sit or lay down. I want to get this checked, but I don't know how to explain it to my doctor.
That was pretty much everything, I really really hope that someone is able to guide me on how to go about my issue. Sorry for poor explanation but english is not my native language. Questions are very much welcome, I can provide pictures if asked for.
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