From 2000- 2005, I had all of these crazy symptoms and I kept going from doctor to doctor to find out what was wrong with me. Well it took five years, but I was finally diagnosed with hypothyroidism and a severe case of hashimotos disease (antibodies in the thousands.) Well, I have one symptom that developed in 2005 that will not go away- and the doctors are baffled.
Since June of 2005, everytime I do something physical, stand up, walk around, or even walk outside in the cold weather, my body temperature plummets to hypothermic levels in a matter of minutes. For example, if I vaccuum a room, by body temp will be 98.6, but after five minutes, it will drop to 96 degrees. I am then confused, disoriented, dizzy, etc.
This symptom has kept me in bed for 2 and a half years now!! I have seen so many doctors, nurses, and specialists and have had MANY tests, CT scans, ultrasounds, EKG's, and blood work done and no one can figure out what is wrong. Can someone please give me a Christmas miracle and figure out what is wrong with me? I am a 27 year old female and I have been stuck in bed since June of 05 because of this symptom!
Thanks for your time!
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