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  • Posted By: getwellgirl
  • July 6, 2007
  • 03:04 AM

My husband is a 43 year old male who for at least 6-8 weeks has had chest pressure, shortness of breath, stomach upset, poor appetite, and weight loss (8lbs.). All of his blood work (CBC,Chem, Cardiac) has come back normal. His chest x-ray was clear. An angiogram showed no blockage. All of this, yet he still feels terrible! What else should the doctors look for or do for him? He is under a great deal of stress, but I just feel that something is going on that we're missing. He is not a person who ever complains of feeling ill. I hope that someone out there can help. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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  • Has he been exposed to any unusual poisons? Was his building fumigated? How is the car exhaust? Dirty air ducts in the air conditioner???
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Does he feel better if he has some alcohol? Then it might be a psychosomatic problem.
    rad-skw 1605 Replies Flag this Response
  • stress can actually cause symptoms like all those. He needs to be free of that stress and see if he then comes good. (Maybe take a holiday).
    taniaaust1 2267 Replies Flag this Response
  • Google "symtom checkers"enter his symptomssee where it takes you wishing both of you good health...mommy cat:)
    mommy cat 1654 Replies Flag this Response
  • Thanks to everyone who has responded! My husband doesn't drink or smoke, has not been exposed to any toxins, we have clean air ducts (I think--we're in a house that we just built), but he is under alot of stress. Maybe it is the stres?? Any other suggestions are also appreciated. Thanks, again!
    getwellgirl 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • Check out "Sick House Syndrome" or "New House Syndrome" or " Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome" online. http://www.nihs.go.jp/mhlw/chemical/situnai/kentoukai/rep-eng1.html That link suggests that air samples can be taken at three different locations in your new home. Your husband may be more sensitive to the new house than you or other family members. It would suggest that, yes, indeed, he has been exposed to many new pollutants in his environment. The one first on the list is Formaldehyde with a myriad of other new pollutants that he has been recently exposed to. http://www.hometime.com/Howto/projects/health/hlth_1.htm and this interesting site suggests that the house can be helped with house plants: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/22638/houseplants_that_fight_sick_house_syndrome.html
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • No stress, he has a mycoplasma infection - Mycoplasma melitensis can even rupture the aora or create lots of clots.Usually the pain is on the left side of the heart.He needs a Chinese doctors- herbalist, he needs to get some herbal treatment for Mycoplasma infection.A regular doctor can prescribe antibiotics- but if the immune system is too weak it can give him bad reaction.Get a blood test for Polymerase Chain Reaction.Muscle test for parasites and immune system modulator, mold, with NAET- a NAET doctor can do this. Also muscle test for Lyme.naet.comBest.Frui.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies Flag this Response
  • My husband is a 43 year old male who for at least 6-8 weeks has had chest pressure, shortness of breath, stomach upset, poor appetite, and weight loss (8lbs.). All of his blood work (CBC,Chem, Cardiac) has come back normal. His chest x-ray was clear. An angiogram showed no blockage. All of this, yet he still feels terrible! What else should the doctors look for or do for him? He is under a great deal of stress, but I just feel that something is going on that we're missing. He is not a person who ever complains of feeling ill. I hope that someone out there can help. Any suggestions? Thanks.I had a lot of the same symptoms about 3 yrs ago & went to and endocronologist. I had adrenal insufficiency. He prescribed effexor and within 30 days I was a new person.
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