My Daughter has the following symptons and has not been diagnosed in almost a year. She is slowly deteriorating before my eyes. She has withdrawn from college, does not talk very much. She talks to herself but quietly, one can only see her lips move. She has lost 12-14 lbs. She eats 3 meals a day. Her muscle tone is not firm anymore, she used to be a cheerleader and gymnist. She is slow to answer questions, some memory lost. She left out walking one night at 1:00AM until the police found her at 6:00 AM. One doctor said she had Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome - will this impact you negatively. I have thyroidism, but she tested negatively. She has been physically abused by a couple of old boyfriends. Could she have brain damage? She had a CAT scan - it was negative. I am running out....Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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