My friend has been experiencing symptoms that people are baffled by, because all her bloodwork and cat scans turn out to be normal. They say she is depressed, having anxiety, possibly chronic fatigue, neurological issues, infections, and other nonspecific findings. Two months of antibiotics and steroids has only depleted her natural immunity and good bacteria. Her symptoms are a constant fatigue, malaise, a feeling of being poisoned. She has times when her skin has a crawly feeling in places on her arms and knees, her belly button, and left salivary gland. She actually has a bitter, toxic taste to her saliva. She has episodes of more intense sickness when she exerts her self physically or emotionally (walking uphill, cheering at a ballgame). Does anyone else experience these same things? Her blood sugar is 110 during her episodes of more extreme jitteriness and nausea. That's a perfect sugar. I have a theory, and one more piece to the puzzle. Please respond if this sounds like you and help me solve this mystery!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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