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Tired & want to give up

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  • Posted By: BrittanieMarie
  • October 13, 2009
  • 06:23 AM

For about 5 years now I have been feeling achy all over. It is not every single day for the past five years, it comes and goes in spurts of months.

I feel achy from head to toe. My muscles hurt, I sometimes feel like I have a fever but I don't really have one. Sometimes when I breathe in deeply my chest hurts. There are times when I get mild pains in my chest. My skin feels like it is burning sometimes and the slightest touch seems to hurt me. I have no energy to do anything.

I will sometimes wake up feeling great and then a few hours into the day I can start to feel all the symptoms coming on. It first starts out feeling like the flu then it goes down hill from there.

I am 24 and overweight and thought maybe that is why I feel so bad but I don't know. I have gone to the doctors and have been tested for any type of thyroid problems but everything came back on that. I have been tested for all kinds of stds and was clear on that too.

I have spent so many nights trying to look up my symptoms online but it seems like it could be so many things. It just makes me worry each time I read something new. No one I know understands what I am going through and some days I just feel like I am dying.

I just wish I knew what was going on, I can't take much more of this:(

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