I am a 40 year old white female. I am overweight, but active. For the past year I have had a variety of symptoms and seen lots of doctors. No one can tell me what is wrong. My symptoms are as follows: Dizziness (like rocking on a boat), mild nausea, tingling in both hands, swollen angles (right one significating worse), area under my right eye is puffy almost all the time, my right ear feels closed off sometimes, terrible water retention, slight numbness in the right side of my face and head sometimes.
While these might seem like mild symptoms after a year of feeling like this daily, I feel like I am going to lose my mind! I seriously restrict sodium intake, but it does not help.
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