You will have to be really good to work this one out!! Around 6 months ago I had a very heavy night of drinking whilst on holiday in Tenerife. The following morning I had a terrible pain in my chest and neck (which I assumed was a sprain). Later that day I had a strange "fit" (for want of a better word) where I went dizzy, my heart rate hit the roof and I was admitted to hospital. The doctors checked me over and released me. Ever since that day I have had no end of problems.
Here is a list of symptoms: Chest Pain (Left Side), Abdominal Pain (Right Side), Muscle Twitches (All Over), Muscle Aches, Constant Tiredness, Periods of feeling Light Headed and Weak, Headaches, Blurred Vision, Lots of Wind and Heartburn, Occasional Difficulty Breathing, Episodes of Thirst, High Temperatures and Sweating.
I have already had the following done: 6 ECGs, 3 Chest X-Rays, an abdominal CT, various blood tests. Everything has shown up fine apart from a slightly elevated Gamma GTP level and the possibility of recent exposure to the Epstien Barr Virus.
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