I'm currently very afraid that something is wrong with me, though I do not want to address my parents with the issue unless it might actually be a problem. I don't want them to waste their money getting me examined for absolutely nothing. I'm a 15 year old girl, and if you could tell me what might be wrong with me, I'd be forever in your debt.
These are my symptoms:
petechiae, loss of appetite, weight loss, fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, malaise, muscle/joint pain, severe headaches (usually at the top or front of my head, but sometimes beside or behind my ears), mild ear pain/throbbing, back pain and stiffness, weakness, bad cough, depression, hearing problems, dehydration/extreme thirst, anxiety, paranoia, mood swings, occasional diarrhea, eczema, irritability and there is a small bump in my vein (that could be just nothing).
I've tried to ignore all this, but I can't anymore.
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