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Need serious help, in tears & @ the end of my rope!

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  • Posted By: mainesgem
  • November 6, 2006
  • 01:53 PM

Hi there.
I have been having medical issues that are driving me and my family nuts!!! :eek: I have a husband and 2 small children and I am constantly batteling these medical problems. I am sick of it! My husband is sick of it! My kids don't understand it.

Since the birth of my last child, who is now three, I have been having these problems. Migraines, menorrhagia (heavy periods)-I literally hemmoraged last saturday, major, constant fatigue, tachycardia (I have 2 take cardiazam for it), periods of bracycardia, weight gain (I was always super thin all of my life until three years ago.), rare spells of complete weakness-feeling like I am going to die (My BP goes sky high, my HR goes high, and I shake badly.), I am thirsty all of the time-I probably drink over 2 gallons of water a day!, and really bad gas pains at least 2-3 times a week.

I have been to the ER, I have been to a cardiologist, neurologist, rheumatologist, and my GP. No one can find one central thing wrong-just a jumbled up list of problems that are severly affecting my life.

No one can explain why I am exhuasted all of the time. No one can explain the periods of brachycardia. No one can explain why I have such heavy periods. (had surgery-didn't find much.) No one can explain my weight gain-I eat less than I ever have and I am fat! No one can explain why I get these spells of super high blood pressure, high HR, and I feel like I am gonna die. no one can explain why I am so thirsty.

Please help. I am so done with all these medical problems! I am tired of having a problem at a constant pace.


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