My mum is about 50 and she hasn't been completely well for years, but over the past two years her health has really gone downhill. Some of her symptoms are:
sporadic difficulty speaking (both from difficulty remembering the correct word and from stuttering which she never used to do)
pain when she eats
infrequent bowel movements
seemingly incurable helicobacter
incredible hair loss
difficulty with balance
periods of physical numbness
periods of physical hypersensitivity
sporadic memory loss
periods of fluid retention and periods where she is extremely thin
for a while I think she was having seizers
She has been seen a number of doctors, all of whom claim to be at a loss. If anyone know of a medical condition that can cause some if not all of these symptoms, please please let me know.
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