Dear Lovely person who took the time to read my post,
I've had problems for 5yrs now. My symptoms started mild and have increased in the last 3yrs. Persistant symptoms include fatigue, joint pain, muscle weakness, headaches, abdominal pain, skin rashes, depression, photosensitivity,hair loss, nausea and fever of 100. These symptoms usually occur all at the same time and every day. Once in a blue moon I will have a good day where only some of them are present. I am a 32 yr old female. I had 2 hospitalizations for kidney infection and once for severe abdominal pain and fever which was undiagnosed by the hospital and my family doctor treated me for the pain without finding out the cause. Recent blood work shows vitamin D difficiency, low lymphocytes and high neutrophils. Last year showed elevated sed rate and negative ana. Im not sure what those mean. I asked my doctor and he just said that I had an infection but he didn't prescribe antibiotics, just some vitamin D supplement. My doctor has told me that none of these symptoms are alarming him but I am very worried and this is affecting my everyday life. I have seen 3 doctors (family doc, internal medicine doc, and rhuemotologist) in the past two years and they have not given me a diagnosis. I am currently prescribed hydroxycloroquine, vitamin D, fluoxetine and 800mg ibuprophen. None of which are reducing the chrinic pain I have to endure every day. Can somebody suggest a diagnosis or something I can ask my docs to ensure I get one? I'm at the end of my rope and any advice would be appreciated.
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