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What's wrong with me?

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  • Posted By: hypnos23
  • October 17, 2008
  • 11:07 PM

I am a 23 year old female and I feel like I am going crazy.I am having all these different problems and no one seems to care. Can anyone help? I have been having confusion for a few weeks now, the muscle on the right chest wall is hurting (the doctor can find nothing wrong and pretty much said take asprin and live with it), and a few weeks ago oddly a single toe on my left foot went a little numb. The past few days I have been having small headaches and what feels like weakness of my whole body. Some joint pain, mainly in my fingers, conertration problems and most worry some is memory trouble. I have to write down notes to remember the littlest things. I mispelled my last name last week because I forgot the correct spelling. I am going crazy. Everyone doesn't seem to take me seriously. They say write notes to remember (like I should just live with it). It's like my body is screaming at me that somethings wrong and no one is listening. There are issues standing in the way of diagnosing me. I have a sleep disorder (but the sleep doctor has no idea what's causing it), Blood tests showed a low iron and B12 levels. I am also bi polar. So I don't know if any of those things are sympotms or totally unrelated. I asked to be tested for lyme disease and I am pretty sure i tested negitive. The only things I know for sure id that none of my medicens are causing this and there is something truly wrong with me. Sorry for the spelling errors but I kind of zone in and out lately. Thanks for listening and I hope someone out there has some ideas for me.:confused:

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