This is my second, maybe third flare up in six years and the doctors can't figure it out. Here are my symptoms - burning, weak muscles, headache, fever, dry mouth, night sweats, trouble starting urination, fatigue, pain in eyes, dizziness, chest pain, tingling in left hand, some weight loss. Two years ago my Rheum diagnosed a virus, (that lasted 10 weeks) but now that it's back he doesn't know what to think. Both times my sed rate and CRP are high, but nothing else. ANA is negative. Lyme is negative. My symptoms don't seem to fit one disease. Any thoughts?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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