im a 19 year old male 190cm who weight trains regularly past one and a half years, who has a host of endocrine problems and has had them for a while including very low testosterone, high estrogen and cortisol did bloodwork for endocrinologist just yesterday and am seeing him soon. Also extremely high IgE antibodies of 1900 normal which is under 100. Also low cholesterol. Allergies to dust mites and common grasses, candida (high amounts found in the blood) and low zinc, iodine, calcium and iron from the candida as well as low iron because of lack of testosterone. Im on a yeast free/low carb diet and ultrabiotic for the removal of candida.
Lately i feel as though i am going to die. I have been having chest pains and shortness of breath most of the time. Last night i was in bed and woke up and felt i was going to lose my breath i checked my BP on my monitor at home and it was 170/90 pulse 44. I walked around a bit then felt better. I am also freezing cold all the time now, my legs (upper legs) are now swelling, and this swelling would come and go and i have unimaginable fatigue and massive salt cravings... also urinating constantly and drinking huge amounts of water (i have been drinking and urinating a lot anyway all my life but alot more then usual) and i dont have diabetes since a glucose tolerance test i did couple months ago came back fine.
I have been to the emergency room 2-3 times and they said from the bloodwork they did (and thats all they did!) and my vital signs their is nothing wrong, although this is a very ****ty hospital. Ive also done a heart EKG twice and xray all which came back fine about 1 week ago, x-ray done about 6 weeks ago.
Basically im fearing for my life and my symptoms are worse and worse, i will probably get a referall from my doctor today to go to hospital and stay their till they find out whats wrong exactly because these are NOT endocrine system imbalances as i have had these all my life and know what they feel like, i just need anybodys help as to what this could be and the best thing to do, i fear the end is near.
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