I hope someone can help my situation. Any educated input would be violently appreciated by my heart; even my literal heart. I'm a male in my early 20's, and I'm a darn tough son-of-gun. My pes are like tank armor. I mean, I listen to Death Metal and I'm of Viking descent and my great-grandfather was a mountain man. Last year, I walked 10 miles in a sub-zero degree blizzard with 15 ft. of visibility.
Nevermind. Seriously, I have something terrible happening to me. I'm a high school dropout and I can't work. My quality of life has spiraled down to an extreme low for the last 8+ years. I feel sick and fatigued everyday. This is accompanied by severe headaches, nausea, brain-fog, and memory loss.
My body temperature has stayed at around 96.2 for the past few years. Despite this, I sweat an absurd amount. I'm not overweight and I'm, seemingly, in normal shape. My Thyroid, Adrenal, and testosterone tests came back normal. I've had multiple tests, including an MRI, which show no abnormalities. I've been treated with various mental medications and antibiotics.
Earlier this year, an LLMD agreed to treat me for Lyme disease. In fact, I began to feel a bit better. It didn't last. My memory is so poor, I can't remember most of my life. I can't think to do basic tasks and my anxiety has become significant. I can't handle my life anymore. All I do is sleep.
Why can no one give me a concrete diagnosis? I'm sick of playing lab-rat. I hope you can help. Everyday is worse than the day before. This is my list of symptoms:
Neck pain, stiffness, or pressure
Shortness of Breath
Backache, back pain
Loss of smell
Memory impairment/word retrieval difficulties
Task performance difficulties
Verbal difficulties, impaired or slurred speech
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