I have been having VERY BAD pains that stated a few years ago. First my legs would be sensitive to touch, to the point that I did not want to wear cloths or to even be touched, and continued for a few days. But as fast as the sensitivity to my skin (legs) would appear, it would disappear and I would have no more trouble for a month or longer. When the sensitivity returned, it was worst than before and last longer. It got to the point that I went to my doctor for a check up. After telling him of how I had been feeling, and the sensitivity to touch on my legs, he did nothing but make me feel it was in my head. It got to the point that I was believing it was all in my head, due to the fact that after seeing the doctor I seem to be feeling better.... So it must be in my head right? The next time the sensitivity returned, it seem to being with it, a stabbing pain in my hands. This would last anywhere from two to three weeks, and disappear. The next time the pain returned, it was not only my hands but in my legs and feet. I then made another trip to the doctor, and told him what is going on....AGAIN he did nothing, and I left his office in TEARS. One day I am driving, and I get the stabbing pains in both my legs and arms. I never felt anything like it. When it hit, I could not use or had the strength in my arms or legs to move them, and prayed that I could pull the car over. At this point I am having trouble walking to the point of falling or extremely tired. I find that I have to take very small bites of food
because my throat feels like it's tired, or when I talk at times I can not get the words out due to my throat feeling tired. What could this be? Has anyone had these symptoms. I am very worried:confused:
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?