Hi! I'm hoping you can help me find out what is wrong with me. Lately, I've been having these weird symptoms:
-Fatigue (I can sleep for 12 hours, but still be tired)
-Loss of memory
-Irregular menunstrul cycle
I'm not sure if these have anything to do with the same problem, but thought I'd put them out there:
-Asthma (I've had asthma for almost 10 years now. I was put on singulair, and that was working great. A week ago, I ran out of the medication and my asthma has been horrible since, mainly coughing)
-For the past 5 months, I've noticed whenever I take a walk outside, I get this strange pain in my stomach. It's not a cramp, but rather a burning, stabbing pain. It happens in cold or hot weather, and is not heartburn. The pain varies from hardly noticable to extreme pain (once, it got to the point where I couldn't stop wheezing and coughing. I was literally gasping for air.), sometimes I can walk fine for an hour outside without it! When I come inside from my walk and sit down to rest, the pain will dissapear in 5-10 minutes. It doesn't happen indoors, I can run and walk fine in a gym. We asked my doctor, but he didn't know what it could be.
-I have really bad circulation in my hands and feet. My feet are constantly cold, and will sometimes become red/purple and blotchy (same with my legs and hands) for no reason.
I went to my doctor yesterday and had my blood drawn and tested for thyroid problems (I thought I may have some, my mother had thyroid problems as a teen); but everything came up fine, nothing was even borderline.
So, if anyone can help me figure this out, I'd appreciate it a lot! :)
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