Numerous ailments no solution

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For the past two years I have been on a downward health spiral, I have been for numerous scans and treated for a variety of different ailments to no avail.

My troubles started with discomfort in the side of my abdomen. It felt and still feels like I have a blockage in this area. When I bend it pains me and when I am sitting certain ways the same. It’s constant discomfort with flare ups of actual pain from time to time. Scans have yielded no results. I have since developed pins and needles in both my feet which are constant and upon occasion I also have shooting pains which prevent me from walking. Numerous tests and treatments have not helped, and there is no nerve damage. My latest ailment on top of the above is nausea and dizzy spells. This is with me constantly for the last 6 to 8 weeks, again no treatment has helped. I thought perhaps this was vertigo on top of everything else but I appears to be immune to treatment for this. To add to this happy list I am exhausted 24/7 and lack energy. I have been treated for depression even though I was fairly confident I am not depressed, just down about the relentless nature of the above. I’m not sure why I’m here, I guess I’m just looking for suggestions or wondering if anybody out there has every suffered from similar. My doctor has told me he has run out of ideas.

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    Im sorry you are going through all these issues . I pray you get answers soon and your life back ! I have a question . Have you had your vitamin D levels checked ? If so what are your levels ? You symptoms descriptions sound like you have low vitamin D

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    Thank you for your response. Yes I was treated for low levels of both vitamin D and vitamin B6 both of which have been as they should for the last year.

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    Youre very welcome . Its good to hear your levels are up to where they should be . Yet it takes some people longer for their symptoms to subside unfortunately . Are you still on vitamin D3 supplements ?

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    Hi Vicky,

    No, but I was treated for both deficiencies over a year ago and my levels have remained "normal" for a little over 12 months now, so they have ruled this out. This and many other possibilities 😃

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    I have no idea what could be wrong either. Your best bet is to change your doctor to get a second opinion; you may need to see several doctors. Your symptoms could be any number of things.

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    I had them checked about 6 weeks ago, they were fine and have now been ruled out completely.

    I have on the advise of my doctor visited two others, both of whom looked at my history and said they could send me for no tests that I hadn’t previously had. So I’m at a bit of a dead end now.

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      Caffeine in coffee or sweets can build up in your gut system , causing nausea , dizziness / lightheaded , sensations of needle pricks , talk to your doctor about it but the cure is to change your diet awhile

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    Hi COBO1980

    I see you have had your Vit D and B6 checked. did you have your B12 checked?...low levels will cause numbness and pins and needles also extreme tiredness and stomach issues. I had the very same symptoms years ago and my B12 was way way low. If your B12 has not been checked ask your doctor to order a B12 and iron blood test. I don't know how old you are but if aged below 55years levels should range from 200-300 if over 55years levels should be 500-900......

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    Apologies all, it was b12 as symptoms were almost an exact match to deficiency. I've never been tested for b6 deficiency. No coffee, perhaps a latte a month if that.

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