I need help in diagnosing the child.
The disease lasts for several years , and nobody so far has not set proper idea what it is.
The Symptoms: sudden very strong whole-body sweating during the day, especially at night ( pouring), burning and tingling in thighs and occipital parts of the skull (I can touch the hot parts of the body) pressure drop (sample 90/58). The child has a fixed lower body temperature 35.5. Often she has dizzy and stinging in her chest. Initially, these symptoms occur periodically, and now this state is maintained at all times.
CT and MRI of head and upper spine showed nothing. Blood tests also good. Endocrinologist also believes that there isn’t a disease of his field!
Nobody has no idea what it is, and the child he is struggling terribly.
Please help, I hope that there is a doctor who will have any idea what to examine or which direction to look for a solution!
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