Hello to everyone, well after reading on this site for so long I have decided to get some advice. My problems all started in November of 2007. While sitting at the computer my hands would get so cold that they felt like frost bite. I would put gloves on and as they would start to warm up they would burn. Then in Dec.2007 my feet had the same problem. My feet got so bad that they would turn completly blue. I went to the ER and they mentioned Neuropathy. So I made an appt. with a Neurologist and she ran an ENG. Results came back that I have Peripheral Neuropathy. After blood test were done, she said she didn't know why. I also told her that I have extreme pain in my left jaw, her response " I don't know what that is" and left it at that. She gave multiple meds, which I don't take (bad time with side effects). I am on Adderall so that I can stay awake everyday, if I don't take it I will be in bed sleeping all day. I have severe headaches, severe weekness in my wrist, knees, and feet. I use a cane to walk, and can only walk about 20 min. then have to use a power scooter. I can't even hold a blow dryer. I have extreme pain in my left wrist and hand. Also have a nodule in left hand. I can't find a doctor who will give me more than 5 min. of their time(and I am paying them) to help find out what is wrong. I recently had a Hygenist for mold come to my home and test the air(strong musty oder in sons room, where I slept due to my back) Found out that his room should have registered at 60 and it read at 348. Major Aspirgillus/Percillium mold. Well here are the rest of my symptoms: sinusitis, muscle weekness, confusion, Loose bowls, stabbing pain in upper stomache, memory loss.. My family has moved out of the house as of July 5th and we are leasing a house. All I know is that I feel like my body is wasting away everyday, and I still don't know what is wrong. Any feed back would be welcome. Sorry this is so scrambled but there is more and this is long enough. Thanks for listening..Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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