Hello, I need some help getting a diagnosis, im on HMO and am getting the run around.
I'm F, 32, & a smoker. At the end of September the vein leading down my left wrist down over the top of my hand became very inflamed and painful, white dots above the vein in a few spots. Went to the Dr. and my GP said no big deal, its just superficial phlebitis or thromboplebitis and put me on anitinflamatory. Problem is its getting worse, I have had servere left shoulder pain, and veins becoming inflamed all over the place, suddenly just below my left elbow, then the tops of my feet with vasospasms, then ankles, forearms, etc. Then veins in my feet are starting to look like my 80 year old grandmas, after becoming inflamed they take on a skinny dried up dark blue look. My GP said the shoulder pain was cervical radiculopathy and put me on flexeral which in turn made my feet burn and both legs cramp and spasm in the calves and backs of my thigh. Needless to say I stopped that med. I don't know what's wrong with me, any advice would help. A couple of years ago they did a MRI for dizzy spells which ruled out MS or anything like that, just some minor protrusions on my cervical spine.
Some other symptoms I've had are;
-flip flop in chest (happened 3 times over the past 3 months)
- chest wall pain (EKG was done and normal)
-neck pain going up from my left shoulder
-extreme muscle tightness in my neck, shoulders, down my back.
-dizzy spells where it feels like I might almost pass out, can happen at any time, lying in bed, sitting on the couch, or walking through the grocery store. pretty random.
Does anyone know what the heck is going on, I've been getting the run around with my HMO.
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