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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 7, 2007
  • 08:42 AM

Dear kiera last week i met a physician and he told me that he does not think ,i have cushing syndrome.
as i wrote in my last post "i can bear all the physical problem but mental problem are unbearable.and unfortunately the big impact of my problem(whatever i have)is on my brain.i can not explain my mental problem.i have variable conciousness ,variable mood.some time i feel very strange mental state.i am again mentioning my problems.-------
*day time drowsiness
*mental fatigue
*brain fog
*altered conciousness
*high pulse rate
*anxiety
*depression
*fading libido
*fatigue all the time
*poor tolerence to hot and cold temprature
*dry hair,dendruff
*vision problem
*i have to face recurrent attack of allergic rhinitis.when these attack occure i sneeze near about 50-70 times a day.
*some time dry eyes ,some time itchy and watery eyes
i am gaining weight that is not noticable but i am gaining weight.it may be due to antidepressant.also feeling muscular weekness.doctors say this is all due to depression and anxiety.but they dont know how bad i am feeling.sometime i think of suicide.please solve my problem.if you have no idea then tell me whom should i meet to?i have no goal of life.do you any expert?:confused: :confused: :confused: or is there anyone who is feeling like this?i am 25 year old male and my health is like an old man.three year ago i was famous for fast bowling(in cricket)in our locality,but now i can not even run for bowling.

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  • Hi Ashar, I do not know what to tell you. I am sorry. I have given you any information that I have about the symptoms that you have already written. All I can advise you to do is to find any illness you think you might have and do tests to have it ruled out or in. Like so many others you have diffuse symptoms that are very hard to diagnose, since so many illnesses have common symptoms. You said yourself that you DO NOT think your problems are caused by depression, but the other way around. I think you need to follow your gut feeling. If it is telling you something then you need to have whatever YOU think is going on ruled out. I wish you the best of luck and I wish I could be more helpful. Sorry, Kiera
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 7, 2007
    • 10:20 AM
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  • First of all if you are thinking suicide, you need help now. Tell your doctor or find a psyocologist on your own. I have been having my own problems for three years now and I felt like I was going crazy. I went sent to a Pain Specialist and she said that I needed to see a psycologist. When I asked her why she said that it was part of my treatment and if I didn't go she wouldn't treat me anymore. She wasn't treating me for anything other than migrains. So, I didn't really care. But, I did go see the psycologist and he told me that I didn't need to see him. But, in your case it sounds like you need too. I know how you feel, when no one will help you and they think you are crazy and it is all in your head. But, it did help me to talk to someone. Someone that will listen to what you have to say. I have been hurting for three years and finally a Rheumatologist took xrays and I have Osteoarthritis in my knees.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 7, 2007
    • 06:28 PM
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  • Unexplained symptoms are often caused by parasites. Trouble is, the diagnosis is often very difficult (and most doctors know very little about them - so if you do tests on them, see one or even several specialists).A good friend of mine is a specialist for tropical diseases; he works with a psychiatric clinic. The clinic unusual in that they check every new patient without looking at the reason for their admission, to verify if they really should be there. - In about 5% of cases they conclude that the patients don't have a psychological problem, but something else. These guys they then send to the tropical doc. And in approx. 80% of these cases, he finds parasites!Parasites can lead to the symptoms you describe; some of them can even cause psychological disorders.
    GeoffBaker 18 Replies
    • November 8, 2007
    • 08:35 PM
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