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this sucks.

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  • Posted By: polskaaa1234567
  • March 17, 2010
  • 01:28 PM

this has been going on for about 2 months - and getting worse
-female, teen, pretty darn active

pre-existing conditions proir to now:::: asthma , hashimoto's thyroiditis

*physichal activity makes me feel terrible, i used to play sports but now i can barely do anything - like extensive walking is pushing my limits

*i'm eating tons, but not really gaining or losing weight

*my face, arms, and legs are soo itchy!! it's not dry skin because i use good lotion, and there are no dry patches

*verrrry tired in the morning, fatiuged during the day but not awfully.

*i have to eat every 2 hours or else i'll start to feel sick, fall asleep, and its almost impossible to get me up. if i'm not asleep, i can't concentrate and feel sick to the point where i feel like i'm almost in pain.

*after meals, i feel really weird, like sleepy/dizzy/shaky/awful

*i havent lasted +3 hours without food

*been tested for every autoimmune disease under the sun, so that's not why i feel so crappy.

any thoughts?? please comment!! thx:)

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  • Hypothyroidism is the cause of itching..probablyBut go to the doctor
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • If you've had Hashimoto's thyroiditis you will know it is an auto immune problem - and itching is one cause of auto immune, get your doctor to do blood checks for auto antibodes.
    maggiemay 68 Replies Flag this Response
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