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Unexplained illness symptoms/ adominal pain, joint pain, hypersensitivity

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  • Posted By: coby883
  • June 20, 2009
  • 05:36 AM

For the past four years i have constantly been going to different doctors. None of the doctors have found anything wrong with me. I have done a lot of test and they come back negative or they show theres nothing wrong.
My symptoms are; upper and lower back pain, nausea, stomach pain, diarreha, tired even when i get a full nights sleep, constantly fatigued, dizziness, always have a sore throat, chest pain, trouble breathing, joint pain, pour balance, my arms constantly itch, sometimes i have a metal taste in my mouth, and hypersensitivity(feels like a sunburn that never goes away).
Can someone please help me.

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  • You sound like you may have the same as a friend of mine. she has a "post viral" disorder. she has many if not all the symtoms you have. joint pain, fatigue ect.it not easy to diagnose though.its not much help i know but dont give up. i spent ten years without a clear diognosis for my problems. they dont always find the cause of medical problems unfortunately. the main thing is that you carry on trying, dont give up. try and lead the best life you can, GET A GOOD GP. if your doctor not helping you see another.i hope this is some help to you.Debs
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