since about october of last year i have been getting recurring symptoms, i will list them below shortly, every DR i see listens to my problems but i always get the impression they think i am a hypocondriac. A little about me, i have always been very very lucky with health, quite skinny, good immune system, no problems etc
then i started to gain weight, i am not over weight but am getting closer to the dangerous end of the normal weight range, i do next to no physical activity and do not eat well, i dont smoke or drink alchahol & am a vegetarian, i am just scared to go from having no health problems to what feels like alot...please review my symptoms below and help me out if you have any idea thankyou in advance
beginning mid october progressing through to the present:
*tingling in both legs one night, completely out of the blue, it was the day before my period
*strong headaches follow and always occour around my period
*constanty felling dizzy and unwell
*feeling lethargic and emotional
*ringing in my ears
*always being able to 'hear' my pulse or rather feel it in parts of my body
*felling of sudden breathlessness, and inability to breathe...lasts about 3 seconds then disappears
*lower back pain
*sudden sharp shooting pains across my back
*slow excruciting pains from my stomach to my anus, feels like its following my digest tract and is crippling pain
*pains in my legs
*alot of pimples, i generally have clear bright skin has been replaced with pale very very pimply skin
*muscles twitching in my face, like suddenly my bottow lip with begin to pulse & my eye reacts the same
*inability to pass waste, feeling like i have to push SO hard
*i think i have an anal fissure (?) too, its feels like a big pea but is soft, purple and fluid filled
*constant stomach ache
*pain in my lower left abdomen opposite my hip bone
& thats about it, i know it sounds like a total mish mash of symptoms but i am at my wits end, i am so petrified there is something seriously wrong and everyone is just overlooking it
please please help
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