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Does anybody from the medical profession really read this?

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  • Posted By: krisztina
  • August 16, 2007
  • 10:12 PM

I've been seeking and answers for many many many months, and thus far away and getting Our bits and fragments, it could be this it could be that, I even went as far is seeking out a psychiatric evaluation.
Here the facts:
Significant vitamin B12 deficiency
Elevated sed rate
ADA (not sure if this is what it is called, it is the one that shows inflammation is happening)
Enzymes that say my muscle tissue are degenerating

I have been screened for MS and lupus, both are negative
I was screened for MG that too was negative

I have muscle weakness in both legs and both arms, a tilt to my pelvis, loss of dexterity my fingers and toes. Skin sensations are intact with only some numbness in my pelvic region. Severe muscle spasms(I call them muscle cramps) and muscle twitches in various parts of my body.

I'm tired of it is this being told is this this one or that one or perhaps might be two or three different autoimmune diseases but we're certain is that it is an autoimmune disease.
I've researched the Internet to no avail. I really would appreciate some closure or some way to slow the progression. Please I am begging you to help because I have nowhere else to go.

Your immediate attention to this matter is greatly appreciated.

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  • Look into chronic fatigue syndrome. Elevated sed rate is just "one" consideration.....there are many. visit www.naet.com find a practicioner in your area and go. I had severe CFS and was debilitating. Someone in this forum recommended it and I went. I now have my life back...no kidding. Western docs are not able to figure all of this out....do you see how many people are in this forum that cannot get a diagnosis? Don't you think that in itself is bizarre? Wishing you well....mommy cat:)
    mommy cat 1,654 Replies
    • August 17, 2007
    • 00:23 AM
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