My dr has done every test imaginable and my thyroid levels are all "normal". However, I have heart arrhythmia, have lost 30lbs, am so weak most of the time I can't do normal functions without extreme fatigue. An ultrasound detected 2 solid nodules, one on each side and something small, unidentified in the center of the thyroid. Also, now I am having new, stranger symptoms like a burning pain in my legs and my finger tips feel like they have been pricked repeatedly and are too sore to touch anything. Anyone out there know if the leg or fingertip things could be related? I am so exhausted physically and mentally from this. I have been living in ***l for the past year begging for some help and all I have managed to do is put my family into the poor house with medical bills and no resolution for my health. One day I was active, healthy, never slowed down and now I feel like I am going to die any minute and the docs are wasting precious time figuring out what could be wrong with me.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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