I am a 35 year old woman, who had a tooth extraction 3 months ago (wisdom tooth) And since then I have been to the ER 8 times in that period. Everytiime I go they treat me for cardiac, but the outcome is Anxiety and panic attacks. The doctor put me on Ativan and it seemed to help. My Primary care dr put me on differnt meds, and they were either so strong that they caused side effects, and other issues, he then put me on Klonopin. I have been taking it for about 2 1/2 months now. I went to a Neurologist because of the symptoms I have been having, and the fact that I had some sort of an attack, that the doctor ruled as a possible seizure ( by the way I have NEVER had a seizure before, and have always been healthy)
The neurologist, sent me for different tests, ANA, B12, Rheumatoid factor and etc, to see if I had Rheumatoid Arthiritis, or Lupus. my primary care dr, also added a blood sugar test as well They came back normal. I have been researching, (self diagnosis yes I know this is not a good thing, but being a nurse I wanted to research) every time I put my symptoms in, the results come back as Fibromyalgia. for about 4 weeks now, I have been suffering from a burning, tingling, sometimes feels like a worm or something crawling under my skin, type headache. And it is almost paralyzing, I have been taking ibuprofen for it, and sometimes it helps and sometimes it doesnt. Every joint in my body hurts when I wake up in the morning. Thought throughtout the day it seems to get a little better. And the headache isnt there. But the closer evening comes, it starts again, the pain in my hands, wrists, hips, neck, shoulders, knees. And that weird senstation in my head. Does anyone have any info on what this could possibly be? Like I said, everything i put in and it comes up as fibromyalgia. And at times MS? (forgot to add that one) but does anyone have any of these symptoms, or have been seen by a doctor and have got the RIGHT diagnosis? If so please let me know? Thanks so much!
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