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  • Posted By: trashcancorvette_x
  • July 8, 2008
  • 05:26 PM

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.
Please help.

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  • Tell you parents what is going on. You definitly have something going on. Good Luck! Kiera
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Yes, tell them you seem to have some symptoms of diabetes and need a check up. Get your thyroid checked and other blood work done.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • my son and i have all of your symptoms and more have been sick over a year you should look at chronic lymes diease so ask your doctor about that good luck and we live in upstate new york
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • my son and i have all of your symptoms and more have been sick over a year you should look at chronic lymes diease so ask your doctor about that good luck and we live in upstate new york tell your parents
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Not all of your symptoms match, but I would get checked for any kind of thyroid problems ASAP. When I was exactly your age, I had thyroiditis so bad I could have easily died had we not found out about it when we did. Your thyroid can effect just about everything in your body, and problems with it are fairly common in teenage girls. Are you having any kind of anxiety attack or heart palpitations?
    cadyjt 5 Replies Flag this Response
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