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Symptoms peak at Night-Gone by Morning!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 16, 2011
  • 04:30 PM

33 Years Old ---Female (married with 4 young kids)
blood pressure 90/60 pulse 55
height 5'7"

Morning-Health near perfect other than fatigue that resolves with coffee.

Afternoon- Onset of light sensitivity, aura's, and mild headache and slight vertigo when I move my eyes.

Evening-body aches, sore neck, sore throat, fatigue and fuzzy head (can't seem to think straight) I usually suffer from anxiety and racing thoughts. But my head is completely quiet.
**The headache is mild but is very bad immedietly after eating. The bigger the meal, the more wicked the headache. The doc prescribed a Narcotic for the head ache. The Narcotic makes the headache seem worse. While a dose of Advil makes it better.
Very tired, I go to bed feeling like I am coming down with the flu. By close to bedtime, it feels like I am getting a fever. I am chilled, tired, lethargic. Then I go to bed and wake up feeling normal.

This goes on every single day
(random things: I have hayfever, joint pain with weather changes and I haven't gotten sick in a long time. Even though my family has had stomach flu and colds I never caught any of them even from my drink sharing toddler)

I've gone to the doc, and had these tests done:
CAT scan of sinus and head ---Normal Results
Simple Blood Work--Normal
Urine sample--Normal

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