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Mild symptoms and no diagnosis..is something wrong?

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  • Posted By: lily123
  • May 26, 2009
  • 01:55 PM

for at least a few months already ive noticed these symptoms increasing: my hair is falling A LOT, my nails are v. weak, periods are irregular and light, forgetfulness and distraction (as in someone tells me something and i forget the next day...or it takes me a while.. ). Also, i suffer from migraines so i take a medecine for 2 years which says that it maygive this symptom.. but this is only happening now.. so i dnt know if theres a link. Everynow and the when i eat my i feel indigestion and i am more intolerante to cold but at the same time i sweat more often..
Im 19, eat a very healthy diet and exercise every day, sleep 7 hrs a day
Should i be worried or am i exaggerating?

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  • You could always go off of your drugs for a while to see the effect.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • You drink anything remedies ? may be said effect. At any rate you need go to psyhologist or psychotherapist IMHO
    domiproct 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • you could be anemic.what medicine are you on?!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • topamax-the forgetfulness is supposed to happen only during the first months.. i went to a doctor and after some blood exams said nothing was wrong.. could it be a vitamin deficiency?
    lily123 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • Check into auto-immune disorders. I would also check into a Vitamin D deficiency--more common than you might think. If you are on Topomax (I didn't see where you listed any meds....) it is true that for many, it causes cognitive dysfunction. But, it wouldn't effect your menstrual cycle or cause your nail issue or cause your hair to fall out--strictly cognitive dysfunction.
    Harmonium 322 Replies Flag this Response
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