I recently went to a clinic to see if I could get help but the doctors couldn't even tell what was wrong with me. They're diagnosis was "I don't see anything wrong, I THINK you're okay" and another doctor said "I don't know what's going on". So much for them being doctors right?! Here's what I'm feeling.
At night its hard for me to sleep I have to stay up watching tv until sleep finally kicks in. Its been twice now that I wake up sweating and feeling a little out of breath. When I try to go back to sleep my body feel so tired but my brain won't let me fall asleep. Sometimes I feel my chest heavy, I feel like I get chills but they're short and weak nothing serious. Sometimes my saliva feels thick and its a little hard for me to swallow, but its never difficult to swallow food/drinks. My eyes feel heavy and I feel disoriented and light headed or sometimes feel like I'm going to faint but never have. Also I can't look at bright screens for long because I get confused sort to say and forget what I was even doing.
I wish the doctors would have offered to give me blood tests but they said "they don't do that" which is really stupid but hey what do you expect from a family clinic? I'm wondering if I could have some sort of infection? Or worse? Anything will help, thanks!
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