In 2007 I was diagnosed with fybromialgia after numerous tests. I do not have thyroid problems, arthritis or various other things. I was put on an antidepressant and it helped with the pain. My symptoms were, wide spread pain, irregular bowels, fatigue and depression. Since that time I have had highs and lows. In the last year I have developed blurry vision. I went to 2 ophthalmologist and got my eyes examined. My eyesight had barely changed and I had a slight cataract that only one doctor noticed. even with the new Rx everything is blurry and lights at night just glow. I have also had recent headaches and dizziness for no reason at various times. I have numerous bruises that I don't remember and I get irritated more frequently. I know there is a lot out their for my symptoms. I just don't know where to start. My family has had everything from TB, to cancer, to heart disease, to high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. I've been through numerous tests and they always come out OK, but I always feel bad. I am an active person and I feel stupid that nothing seems to be wrong with me and yet I keep getting more and more symptoms. I'm only 31, but I feel 72.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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