23 year old Male, average health. My first ten years I was ridden with constant ear infections and then later respiratory illness. Once I got into Middle School, issues eased but still normally got bronchitis once a year. Later, determined that constant flooding in the families house likely caused heavy build-up of mold (though we'd moved when I was 5, and my constant ear infections were thereto prior).
Moved out when I was 21, moved again when I was 22, and then out of state when I was 23.
Since I was 22, I've had chronic fatigue. Since I was very young, I've gotten migraines. My forehead and sinuses usually feel congested/pressured, I'm quite lightheaded most of the time. I used to be described as extremely energetic/hyperactive, and when I was a child was prescribed Ritalin and Dextrostat, both of which had adverse reactions with me. Nowadays, I can hardly get out of bed due to exhaustion.
Original doctor thought I had a severe sinus infection and repeatedly prescribed Biaxin/Azithromycin (as I have minor allergies to the Cillins and severe allergies to Cipros), which only helped a little. New doctor believed I should get an x-ray, which showed no infection.
I have severe allergies to dust and grass, and minor allergies to cats (of which I have two, but less allergenic Siamese). Girlfriend is extremely allergic to cats but shows no reaction to ours.
I have many symptoms of Aspergers but have never been diagnosed. I generally suffer from chronic depression (though lately may be more a result of being unable to do anything!). I had no language delay in growing up, and in fact was able to speak well before most children. I have a very strong use of the English language, and have learned several others (though am not using proper grammar in this post), have always been socially inept/anti-social (though have no problem with humor, but tend to very much prefer dry humor). Sometimes am clumsy, other times extremely agile.
It's gotten to the point that at work (where I am a programmer) I will get extremely lightheaded, my throat will feel dry and feel like it's swelling up, my skin will get numb yet slightly itchy, and I can't think well. I will end up just staring at the computer screen, unable to focus.
Doctors so far have been unwilling to diagnose or treat me.
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