About Me: Female, 23, Miami, FL, member since Sep 2010
I am very anxious about my health. I have had many health test done (MRI's, many blood test including; CBC,thyroid,lymes(including western blot),complete metabolic panel(all difficiencies ruled out except I have a slightly low vitamin D) ANA blood test,EKG'S,EEG's, std
[More] testing and physical exams, and the only thing the doctor came up with was anxiety. I am currently taking Lexapro 10mg which I started a month ago and it does not seem to be helping. I have had many physical symptoms and cannot seem to accept that it is all due to anxiety. Please help me I want to feel normal again.
Hey There. My symptoms seems to exactly mirror yours. Did you ever find the correct diagnosis? I've been to a neurologist and my blood work and MRI came back normal. I was tested for Lyme, but I hear that sometimes these test come back with false negatives. Let me know how you are doing now!
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