I have always been very thin and everyone in my familly is very thin, but 14 years ago I gained 120 pounds in less than 1 year. I have since had a terrible time trying to get a diagnosis for myself other than obesity.
I have dieted, kept a diet diary, excersized to exaustion, and have seen over ten different doctors, who have put me through a wringer of test, but I continue to gain weight, and my list of symptoms is multiplying, but I can't get a doctor to refer me to a specialist other than a dietitian, whom says I am under nurished.
My symptoms, as of now are:
Abnormal facial and body hair growth
Rounded fatty face
extremely oily skin
Purple stretch marks on arms legs and abdomen
fatty hump on the back of the neck
Dark under eye circles
Thin delicate skin
Weak bones and muscles
Amenhorrhea, absence of menstration
localized weight gain to the abdominal area
innability to lose weight
problems sleeping and insomnia
high blood pressure
I have been tested for thyroid functions and polysistic ovaries, and they were both negative, but I can't stand to think that something is wrong.
I now have no insurance, but the symptoms just seem to compile. I feel hopeless to get a doctor to listen to me without him thinking this is an overeatting issue, but for the last 14 years I have eaten a 1200 calorie diet and I am pretty active, as I run my own bussiness.
I took prednisone for asthma, and for fertility issues for years. Does anyone have any answers?
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