unexplained vomiting, pins and needles in left foot and leg, pain in lower back
For the past year and a half, I have been vomiting very often. I have no other symptoms but if I so much as smell something disagreeable I can be thrown into a fit of vomiting and then it will subside. Often it is in the morning or after consuming one of two drinks. Further, in the past three weeks, I've gotten pins and needle in my left food that seemed to radiate from a pain in the ball of the food and up the leg. Then, in the past two weeks, all of my bones have begun to feel stiff. My neck and lower back have always been sore and tight, but recently, my bones seem to have a tough time moving about smoothly, and it often hurts to make sudden movements., I've been cracking my joints for years and its gotten so bad that it literally hurts not to. Recently, I have had very deep pains in my lower back that feel like they are intestinal. Those are the most important facts I can think of, I should add that I'm under 20.
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