As i child was was beyond active. a sport with the 3 seasons at school along with soccer year around and 7 different kinds of dance.
after this much, end of 8th grade i began having reaccuring head aches, sensitivity to light, and depression.
By my freshman year, i also developed anxiety, was finally diagnosed with ocd and adhd. i started getting sharp shooting pains in my hands. pains in the joints of my fingers and metacarpals. along with fatigue. Each night i struggled to sleep, and never felt rested enough even if i did get to sleep early.
i was then wrongly diagnosed with juvenial rheumatoid athritis and fibromyalgia.
sophomore year I started having all over muscle aches and pains, even spasms. i have joint pain randomly, and in random places. I am unable to even move out of bed some mornings. along with that i delt with irredgular periods, and severe pain during menstration.
i never fuller recoved from a replacement surgery of my acl. even physical therapy couldnt strengthen my knee. 4 years later and tmy knee still gives out randomly. i was later diagnosed with TMJ. my jaw cracks and pops constantly and sometimes locks. i have insuffiencies with my eight. i gained a lot my sophomore year...later lost it.then just reciently randomy a lot of weight loss.
i have bad circulation, i seem to have some kind of digestive issues lately. i have a loss of appitite some days. cramps and pains in my lower abdomin. bowl problems, and even some blood on the toilet paper.
its so much to del with and i cant seem to find anwers. i feel as though my doctors have given up on trying to help me find out whats wrong and blame it on psychological problems. and i must say, i get some pain, but the intense pain and aches i feel some days and even weeks are too extreme and there is too much going on that does not seem right or normal. i know there is and underlying issue or condition...i just want help finding out what it is....
if anyone can help...id appreciate it
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