I'm 19, and other than a broken pelvis at 14, I've never had a real health problem in my life.
Stiff/painful throat, I.E. it hurts when I nod, shake my head, turn my head and lift heavy objects.
Strange sleeping habits. Usually, when I slept, I woke up feeling rested an renewed, but now I awake feeling groggy and excessively tired.
Fatigue. I go to sleep at midnight, I wake up at 10 AM, and am ready for bed again at 10 PM.
Pure white snot
Thick, almost foamy looking, mucus from the back of my throat.
Insomnia. This only happens if i happen to be especially tired. I feel like I'm 'asleep' but I can still hear a lot of what's going on around me, and even instantly respond to something that is said. Usually it's while I'm trying to sleep, like when it's time for bed at night, or when I feel like a little extra sleep in the morning. It's like being somewhere between dreaming and awake.
Lots of gas. I mean a lot. Only every once in a while. I'll let loose a 5 second monster, and then a minute later another one comparable to the first. No foul odor though.
Full body twitch. Again, it's only every once in a while, and it's usually when I'm really calm and relaxed. It's enough of a twitch to make a couch move on carpet.
Horrifying, vampiric looking, dark circles around my eyes. I woke up one morning and it looked like I had a couple of black eyes. That only happens every once in a while too, usually when my throat starts to pain me a bit more.
Lost weight. 15 pounds from 170 to 155. All muscle it seems.
Lots of noise from my stomach. Probably related to the gas.
Facial swelling. Really it seems to only be in the morning. After a shower, some food, and a smoke all's well.
Mild pain in upper left chest. Feels like some pressure, it only hurts when I inhale, and it really only happens right after I eat.
Cold clammy hands and feet. They're cold, and they sweat.
I've had my own theories which range from a lacerated windpipe to lupus. I am extraordinarily open to suggestions. Going to the doctor again probably won't help until I either have a better idea of what's going on myself, or if some severe complication pops up. HALP!