First I want to thank “Wrong Diagnosis” for having this forum. It is VERY helpful! :)I am asking why I feel so very ill, and sick (exhausted, sleepy, fatigued, with vague nausea and dizziness) every day. :confused: I think it is called malaise. The doctor took blood tests in 2007 and 2008 (CBC, MET, TSH, TB, CK RF, and ANA) and said they were normal. In March 2007, she said I had a virus and that it should run its course. (I had green sputum.) She gave me some antibiotics (amoxicillin), but it did not help! The sputum went away, but I still felt very unwell! I have been feeling terrible for a year. :eek:In April 2008, I want back and she gave me a different antibiotic (zithromak-to take for five days.) Today is the fourth day, and I still feel awful. Like I could lie down and pass out. Could I still have a virus that did not show up on the blood tests? What makes someone ill, when the blood tests are normal? Please help with any advice. I also have trouble walking, and limited range of motion in my shoulders…but I have decided to ask a question about one symptom at a time.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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