Sorry this is a long message, but I really need advice because my doctor is stumped and can't help me, and I'm pretty much on my own.
I have many different symptoms that are starting to interfere with my life. Since I don't have health insurance, I am unable to see any specialists for my conditions, so I basically have to diagnose myself. Pre-existing conditions - mild asthma, migraines about once a week (for the past 7 years), neck and back pain (from an accident 2 years ago), muscle soreness and pinched nerves, daily tension headaches, insomnia, reynaud's syndrome (since childhood), and I am also hypoglycemic. I am thin, but within the normal BMI. What's actually troubling me though is this severe joint pain for the past 2 years that has gotten worse since it's been cold and raining. It's in my hands, wrists, shoulders, hips, and knees, and it's really painful. And all my joints crack and pop easily. My dad has these same symptoms, so I think it runs in the family. I was blood-tested for rheumatoid diseases but my results all came back negative today - I am generally healthy. I mentioned fibromyalgia because at times I have pain all over my body, as if I'm bruised all over, and even the slightest touch hurts. But my doctor says I'm too young for fibromyalgia. I am 21, female. Could I actually have it though? I heard it can cause poor circulation and insomnia, and can stem from stress or even exposure to mold - there is mold in my bedroom and bathroom caused by leaking water.
If anyone can offer any advice, I greatly appreciate you taking the time to read this long message.
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