I've recently come back from 3 months in america where I didn't eat that great and didn't necessarily get enough sleep whilst I was there. While I was there I regularly got stomach cramps and either constipation or diarrhea which I put down to the unhealthy food I was eating and I also had a cough for around a week.
I thought I would feel much better when I got back and settled in but I've had one problem after another. I had impetigo when I got back which got treated with antibiotics but is now back two weeks later. I have had a reoccuring sore throat and stomach cramps and pains when I need to go to the toilet although generally my stools are normal. I also feel I have a chest infection and cold coming on. I've gradually started to get my appetite back as I lost lots of weight whilst away and couldn't get my appetite back at first. I've also had aches and pains abd all my bones have started cracking. I'm generally a bit of a hyperchondriac and these many problems are making me more and more stressed and anxious which in turn doesn't make me feel much better. I am currently arranging andother appointment with the doctor who checked my glands and abdomen when I was there just over a week ago but didn't run any tests.
Am I just making myself worse when I'm just run down and adapting back to normal or is it likely that there is some serious underlying cause? I'm generally usually healthy and come down with the odd cold or infection but nothing major but now I've convinced myself I have a serious deadly condition. Any advice or thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
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