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Struggling to get a diagnosos

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  • Posted By: Jayne123
  • January 11, 2011
  • 09:23 PM

i am 44 year old female slightly overweight at 5ft4
i have been told that i am suffering with fibromyalgia.
have symptons of severe fatigue
double vision
constant joint pain
severe bone pain
i have a 3 TIA'S in the past year
i cannot move 3 toes on left foot
my right leg collapse when it feels, leaving me 3 fractures in the past 6 month.
i am making too many red blood cells for a woman of my age polycythemia and the heamotologist has sent off numerous blood tests to the malignant heamotology unit in leeds
i feel generally unwell all the time, the joint pain is restricting my mobility, i get stressed with it all and this leads to eruptions of bleeding blood blisters
can any one please advise

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  • Any other test results? for example hormones....?
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 13, 2011
    • 02:49 PM
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  • Any other test results? for example hormones....?I have had past hormone tests that were normal, but i have just had some more done and am waiting for the results.I also have a slightly raised anti nucleur anti body that has been showing from every test that goes back 3 years. i have been told that this is unimportant because it is only slightly above normal.
    Jayne123 1 Replies
    • January 14, 2011
    • 07:02 AM
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