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unknown disease

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  • Posted By: unknown disease
  • December 30, 2006
  • 00:37 PM

Hello I am new to this site. Have been disabled since 1992 and not sure if post lyme disease, mercury poisoning or some other disease.
Here are my symptoms.
constant tinnitus, stiff necks headaches, muscle cramps, twitching in varous muscles, can not do any repetitive muscle use without going into cramps-just sturring eggs in a bowl with fork causes hand muscles to cramp up.
abdominal bloating, low b12,high cholesterol tryglycerides, prone to injury in connective tissue, sprain joints easily, cuts do no heal timely, any virus a family member brings home causes symptoms to get so severe it feel like a menningitis-when this happens I can not turn my neck, cant look at light, tolerate any sound, very off balance, difficulty walking, extreme malaise, skin is blanch white, eyes sunken in head, cant do anything but lay in bed and suffer, just want to be knocked out. I loose my sense of taste when this happens yet sense of smell is so acute I can smell things normal people can not smell.
symptoms vary from week too week. Mornings are always worse if having a bad day. Hands and fingers get swollen puffy, cant make fist. Get weak and fatigued by 1pm and just collapse on couch. Putting any pressure on nerve like sciatic causes nerve to go numb to the point can not move leg, pins and needles all the way down leg radiating into testicular area. Have to stand up for five minutes for feeling to return to normal.
ONLY POSITIVE TESTS ARE LOW B12, POS PCR YEARS AGO LYME BUT NO POS WESTERN BLOT, HIGH BUT NOT EXTREMELY HIGH MERCURY URINE AND HAIR LEVELS. AXONAL NEUROPATHY RIGHT ULNAR NERVE. NERVE BIOPSY NEGATIVE. MUSCLE BIOPSY NEGATIVE, SKIN SHOWS PERIVASCULAR LYMPHOCYTIC INFILTRATION.
ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE APPRECIATED. SICK OF BEING SICK. THANK YOU!!

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  • I would recommend checking your thyroid and your parathyroid levels and also your kidneys.In the mean time you can try taking for your cramps a multivitamin, slow release vitamin B-12, multi B complex and potassium in the morning, and at night vitamin D, magnesium, and calcium(these help each other to get absorbed and don't interfere with the other vitamins if they are taken on their own ). good luck!
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    • December 31, 2006
    • 05:46 AM
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