1st off...Excellent site and forums. Much better than WebMD. My Compliments. Hopefully there are some experts here that can give me some guidance.
Have definitely got a situation here with my health but after a series of tests nothing can be "discovered".
BACKGROUND : Back in 1997, after a short affair with a lady, a month later I lost a massive amount of weight (Over 8-10Kgs). (BTW, the lady had just come back from the hospital after a D&C). This weight loss worried me for a bit. At the same time, I got flu like symptoms and a light rash all over my body. This freaked me out and I immediately started keeping track of all "changes" to my body. After waiting for the obligatory 6 months window, I went and tested for HIV. Results were negative. Every year from 1997 till 2002 I have gone for a HIV test and it has come back Negative. I did regain back some of my weight after a while but from that day onwards, my body VERY RARELY puts on weight. I tend to lose weight more easily.
SYMPTOMS : Over the years, get a rash on-and-off, teeth grinding, extreme itchiness on the legs (keep scratching till it bleeds), loss of sex drive, spasms/jerks of the body and legs while sleeping, blood in feces, constant yo-yo of weight.
TESTS : In 2002 I underwent all possible tests a doctor could advice, HIV I/II, all STD's, Blood tests and thyroid tests. All came back clean and clear.
Weird Eh?? And nope, it is not in my mind because of what follows.
Got marrried in 2002 and my wife was in prime health. Good weight and normal. Within a few months of marriage, I noticed the SAME symptoms occurring with her!!!! And as a female, certain things are more noticeable with her.
I have consulted another doctor in 2004 and the same tests were run once again on both of us and once again the results are clear.
Am at my wits end. Don't know who to consult anymore or what to do. What I have mentioned above is just part of it. There are finer details which I have told to the doctors.
Dazed!! Totally Dazed!!!
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