For over 10 years we have been trying to find out why my wife (55 years old) has the following symptoms. This happens mainly in the morning, but can be at any time of the day. She will feel a tingling in her face, a 'funny feeling' behind the left eye, they start getting dizzy. A severe feeling of diareha will the start - usually having to be done as quickly as possible. She will get very weak and feel like she will pass out. Recently been getting severe headache at any time of day. Don't know if related, but new. In addition, she has has bone-shaking chills with teeth chatter waking her up at night. All blood test come up negative, except for an 'infection' that appears to be liver related. All other liver test are great. No doctor can tell us what that is. We have been to many doctors, all either mis-diagnoise (?) or give a clean bill of heath. Blood sugar levels are ok during these 'attacks'. We have had brain MRI/MRA, numerous blood tests, and even homopathic tests. Addisons and low thyriod have been diagnosed, but then changed by other doctors. This will last anywhere from brief minutes to sometimes 2 hours or so. Terrifying when the feeling of passing out occurs. Exhausted when over, but otherwise fine. Thanks in advance to any and all who may have ideas where to go next or what to bring up to docs.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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