In the past year I've seen several doctors, mainly a naturopath about some odd symptoms I've been having off and on.
It all started a year ago when I had a couple of flus within a few months and then came down with chicken pox for the first time. At one point, before the pox came, I passed out. Since I got over that, I've noticed that my throat often feels swollen (one person thought it was my thyroid, but the tests turned up negative on that). It feels like something is stuck in the low throat area but I notice that I also get swelling under my chin. I constantly feel like I have post-nasal drip.
My hands also tremble slightly, esp the left hand.
Last night I felt super dizzy and am sure that if I had walked around a bit, I would have passed out. Now I am constantly feeling lightheaded, like my vision is sort of blurry or something. All of these symptoms seem to worsen with stress, when I start to worry about it.
For the last few months though, I really was getting better!
Now everything that I've been describing is back and it's really annoying because so far NO ONE seems to know what it is!
I have a lot of food allergies and seasonal hay fever. I also have sort-of irregular menstrual cycles, I literally have to exercise a few times a week for them to come.
The beginning of this year, I went to school full-time for three months and was very nervous for the first month or more, where I'd literally be shaking off and on all day (anxiety attacks I think). Now I recently got a job (a week ago) and hadn't been working for over a year (this has caused some stress).
I'm wondering if this might be caused by other allergies? Possible stress/anxiety? Hormonal issues (every test for these have come up fine)?
Any ideas? Or tips on how to get over this?
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