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what on earth is wrong with me?? HELP!

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  • Posted By: bailey123
  • April 3, 2010
  • 01:02 AM

where do I start...for the last couple months progressively getting worse I have had chronic fatigue, sometimes unable to get out of bed for work and can't move. shaky, headaches that I am very sensitive to noises, neck pain unreleived with ibuprofen. mood swings, joint pain, irritabilty, cold sweats. So days I feel as if I am a hypochondraic, but no I am a highly educated professional person that works in the medical field.

I started out finding out that my iron stores where basically nothing, I have been on every kind of iron product known to man and it didn't work. So I had 5 doses of IV iron which brought my iron levels up for now, still not feeling any better and now have swollen glands for a few weeks. I had gastric bypass 4 years ago which contributes to some of this I am thinking. I get dehydrated very easliy and have to have IV fluids frequently when I get sick. I had 2 rounds of oral antibotics and 1 IM PCN shot with no response. still have swollen glands and all the rest of the signs and symptoms.
They ran lupus which was negitive, lymes came back negitive??? they only did the ELISA test though???
I also have hypothyroidism, and endometriosis. I am having surgery on Monday to get that scrapped and burnt out also.
I went to see a holistic doctor and had a asyra test done which came up that I had multiple allergies I never knew I had. Plus the lymes bacteria came up and ureaplasma bacteria. SO how is it that my lymes test comes back negitive? I will have a pap done to test for the ureaplasma bacteria during my surgery Monday. This ASYRA test is supposed to be 99.8% accurate with blood tests. why isn't lymes showing up??? Also B12 is good.
Why can't I get a diagnosis and just feel better..... Just Frustrated! Sorry for the book......can anyone help:confused:

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