I started getting sick the summer of 2006. I would be outside and heat would make me sick to my stomach I could not stay outside longer than 10 min without feeling horrible. After this my lymph nodes swelled up in my neck and behind my ears they were not painful just large. The next day I had a rash all over my body and started to have night sweats and be freezing. The night sweats were so bad I had to get up and change cloths. My body hurt, dizzy, heart palpatations, couldn't eat, light headed, shakey, and gained weight, cronic fatigue. I went to the doctor who did blood work and showed my WBC was elavated. Was put on antibotics and loratabs for the pain. I was on pain killers for about 4 mts. I've been to an endo and everything checked out ok. I had a biopsy of my thyroid because of a lump but came back nothing. Was hospitalized due to a black out while driving and again they found nothing. Had a lymph node removed from my neck and came back fine. It is now 2008 and i'm still having a lot of the same symptoms but no one can tell me whats wrong. It is really hard for me to just wake up in the morning sometimes. My eyes are all puffy and I just have no energy. I have tightness in my stomach like i've eating a whole table of food. I can't eat very much because it makes me sick, but i haven't lost any weight. I'm cold alot and use an electric heater in my office but when I turn it on it makes me sick to my stomach so I have to turn it off. Just last week I had my thyroid levels tested again and they were elevated, but a week later they were fine. any help in this matter would be great.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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