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Muscle spasms, pain, headaches, digestive problems and breathing trouble

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 11, 2009
  • 05:35 AM

I am a 23 year old female. Height 5'6' Weight 180lbs. Smoker for 11 years.
For the past 2 1/2 years I have had alot of problems. It started with severe migraine and clutser headaches. Then it extended in to painful muscle spasms in my back and legs. I was put on Flexiril. It helped for a little while and then the spasms got worse and started occuring all over my body. Along with the spasms I have moderate pain all over my body. I have had severe fatigue. I was put on medications for Fibromyalgia with no success. I was tried on Neurontin as well with no success. After all the drug trials failed I started having some weakness in my muscles. Within the last six months I have been having upset stomache, nausea, vomitting and irregular bowel movements. Ranging from constipation to loose stool and in between. Within the last month I have had a cough, wheezing and brownish, greenish, yellowish sputum with streaks of blood in it with some pressure in my chest. I also have a low grade fever. I was put on Zithromax to treat an infection after the full course of antibiotics the wheezing is getting worse. I have been tried on antidepression medications as well with no success. I have also had a history of problems with the female organs including heavy and irregular bleeding and severe cramping. Recently I have also been bruising more easily than normal and taking longer for injuries to heal even a scratch. Thank you for your time.

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