I have been complaining to my doctors for 4 years now and I currently have no sense of well being at all. I have a long list of symptoms but the main ones (that affect me the most) are
*Cognitive changes (memory, concentration, etc) that are now hard to ignore
*Lack of energy/motivation (sleep a lot)
*Constant weight gain
*Skin is very very itchy
*Musculoskeletal problems (stiffness, twitching, pain, numbness, pins and needles, etc) and lack of body balance (I bump into things easily)
First, my doctor thought I was just tired and told me to rest and get vitamins. Another one said that I was depressed but I knew it was not that so I went to see another doctor who sent me to an endocrinologist. I was sent for some tests: 24h blood and urine tests plus a suppression test for Cushing's syndrome. However, all my tests came back "normal". (I do have thyroid antibodies and high cholesterol though but that's about it).
What on earth can I have? Has someone gone through the same scenario? What should be my next move?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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