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extreme fatigue, hands curl in, left leg pain, zone out

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 14, 2010
  • 04:00 AM

Hi. It all started 6 yrs ago and only getting worse. started with losing vision in my left eye, my left side of face went numb and my left arm. Dr's said it was heat stroke. It continued but also with extreme fatigue and I would zone out for about a minute and then be wiped out after that. Then my hands started curling in.
MRI's all normal. this last year a nuerologist diagnosed it as epilepsy.
currently I get tired very easily, hands curl in as soon as my body is tired. I still zone out, I have bad left leg pain, cramping,numbness and my leg stays rock hard after episodes.
I catch colds easily. Seems Im always getting a low grade fever, sore throat, then get sick.
Latest diagnosis is Hypothyroidism. My primary Dr sent me to an endocrinologist because my
ana and thyroid levels were over 1000. and to rule out hashimoto disease, and it was ruled out.
Now I have a cough all the time too.
can anyone please tell what this could be?

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