I've been suffering from fatigue and achy-ness for several years. It seems that as time goes by I pick up more and more symptoms. I 've been going from one doctor to the next and they seem to believe one or two of my symptoms but not all. I can tell that they think I'm some sort of hypocondriac. I'll try to list all of my symptoms in the order in which they came. Please help!
fatigue, achy-ness, left eye pain, bad smell in nose, poor balance, double vision (caused by muscle weakness), dizziness (particularly when I turn my head too fast), headaches, shortness of breath, muscle weakness in hands arms and legs (particularly hands), loss of dexterity between the first finger and thumb, neck aches, and a roving pain that usually moves to the area of my body that is most active
I"ve been tested for rhuematoid arthritis, lupus, lymes disease, myasthenia gravis, carpel tunnel, heart problems, lung problems, sinus problems, eye disease and some that I can't think of at the moment. If you have any inclination of what I might have please don't be shy.
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