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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 5, 2007
  • 06:27 AM

I have been having pain, numbing/tingling, and headaches to the extreme for months, but my doctors blame it on my depression. I'm much better than before and was fine when this all started. Mainly what gets me depressed now are the symptoms and they affect my physical well-being. The depression symptoms I've had before are none of what I am experiencing now and don't line up with that from what I researched. I don't fail the neurological exam, but there's still problems. I know better, but they won't take me seriously and rule out everything possible. What to do?

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  • http://www.drcranton.com/yeast.htmCheck this article. I know it sucks when you are clueless about how to stop the misery- and an idiot at the emergency room refers you to a shrink!There is much to be discuss about health maintenance.go to beyondhealth.com and read the articles under "education".I know what you have is not mental, I have been there. I don't have a diagnose, but I am not depressed, sad, or traumatized.Read the article on the misdiagnosed with agoraphobia in this forum, it is amazing moral support.
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    • January 5, 2007
    • 07:01 AM
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