Symptoms: Hair loss, fatigue, skin problems, sensitive to light, skin hurts and itches in sun, feet turn blue in cold, hands and feet swell, lower back pain, fever-comes and goes-sometimes high, sweats, intolerant to heat, period problems, extreme pain in joints, chest pains, overall muscle and joint stiffness, a lot of pain in the muscle from knee to hip, weight gain (not alot, about 12pds), sense of smell enhaced-happened over two day period, taste changed-over two day period-both taste and smell changes mostly stuck with me, scalp itchy, itchy breasts, problems thinking, dizzy, clumbsy and probebly more by the time someone reads this.
My doctor has tested me for all the basics and then lost my file-had her assistants assistant read me results that sounded like she really had no idea, so I don't know what to do. It has been weeks and still no one will call me back about a referal to a specialist. I have a son and am the only one to care for him. I feel as though I will die before I get in to see someone else. I can barely work now. Please help.
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