For the last 2 years, every day, I feel like I haven’t eaten for days and is trying to complete a marathon. I eat full meals about 10 times a day and if I don't I start to have hypoglycemia symptoms. About 2 years ago, it all began with an episode of extreme hunger. That same day I checked into the ER and was told I had a heart attack. At the time I was 29 and fairly healthy- did mile runs etc. A full workup was done, including an angiogram with no indication of heart blockage. Heart disease was dismissed. Since then, the extreme hunger continued and extreme fatigue kicked in about 3 months afterwards- Fatigue to the point where I can’t walk more than 300 steps. I’ll walk and after 300 steps, I’ll get a out of energy sensation (dehydration feeling) and if I keep walking the extreme fatigue kicks in., making the fatigue worst. I just had some kidney function test done, and my U MicroALB is elevated to 569 (normal is under 30), with traces of blood and protein. Kidney function is still good. Medically, other than the initial elevated heart enzymes, and elevated U MicroALB, everything else is normal- I’ve had just about every test under the sun done, from thyroid, diabetes, hormones, to every test for heart functions….I’ve been to about a dozen doctors and specialist, all just shaking their heads… I’m at a lost. Please help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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