1 3/4 years ago after a period of extreme stress I felt something snap inside my head. I had a heavy cold like infection shortly after. From then on I have had symptoms which vary from hour to hour as well as day to day and week to week - from feeling fairly normal to mild sore throats, mild indigestion, mild diarrhoea, nausea, foggy brain, feeling like my brain has siezed up and can't make decisions if there is too much stress or input, muscle pains which are acute but tend to last for a few minutes only and then may not recur again or may move to another part of the body - usually in limbs, fatigue which does not seem to be related to effort, sensitive to temperature variations especially at night - have had to stop using a duvet and use thin blankets I can take on and off, night sweats and flushing, very bad memory. My husband has had many of these same symptoms over the same time period also having had the same
cold-like infection at the start. However he has headaches very frequently and also gets crawly skin feelings coming and going. The pain he gets tends to be mostly in his feet. He doesn't get the foggy brain or difficulty with thinking/decision making that I do. We have ruled out thyroid problems, adrenal insufficiency, been for the normal medical checks, glandular fever, anaemias, gas exposure. Can anyone shed any light? Many thanks Teddy
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