Hi everyone, I am a 26 yr old female and have a little history. Starting when I started my periods...sorry men! Anyhoo I would go to the hospital regularly in excrutiating pain, mostly cramps, enough to cause horrible stomach pain etc and vomitting. That went on for a few yrs. I miscarried on my first pregnancy, then got prenant with my twin girls after which a lot of those symptoms went away. I also had chronic migraines and diarreah (don't know how to spell), constantly. Again calmed after some time. Not went away but definitely calmed. A few yrs later I had an ectopic pregnancy. Then one day out of the blue I had a weird stomach pain with chills, passing out feeling etc, and we called and ambulance due to the severity. From then on I had daily panic attack symptoms and was in the ER regularly. Things they found were high potassium, high white blood cell count, irregular heartbeat, the kind they don't worry about they said a mass in my uterus but they later took that back?? Sooooo, that was followed by so many unexplained weird symptoms for months, Now I have daily WEIRD symptoms mostly at night, very hard to be specific. Waves of weirdness feels tingly blood pressure like, temerature change, breathing funny, hard to talk, anything sudden bugs me and sends my heart pounding, sudden jolts if I start to fall asleep.....my actual stomach feels strange and I can make it do some weird stuff on some days. I have the shiver shake all day, like when someone runs their nails down a chalkboard, that sensation you get. Hard to explain but they are all constant and daily. My chest feels weird too most of the time. I'm on Wellbutrin and have been for a couple months, not much relief. They just keep saying anxiety. A lot of symptoms do match but I just can't shake that it's not what it is. And it's not attacks but all the time. They have also said endometriosis a lot since I don't get pregnant and have some symptoms there. Need some help! Sorry for the novel!:oReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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