About Me: Female, 42, milton keynes, United Kingdom, member since Feb 2011
I have been feeling unwell on and off for about 2 years. It started about 3 years ago with depression and anxiety. I went through a stage of having panic attacks and feeling very low. I now have osteoarthritus and I also have other symptons such as headaches, feeling
[More] very fatigued, blurred vision on and off as well as tinnitus. I get pain in my muscles and joints and feel a low grade fever, as well as a tightness in my chest. I feel terrible most of the time, but i try to put on a happy face. I have been to the doctors on several occasions only to be told it is stress and raynaulds syndrome and there is little I can do about it. I feel so unwell but the doctors make me feel stupid. I feel like everything is slipping away and I wish I could feel well again. what should i do ? I have had blood tests and nothing has really shown anything apart from slightly low vit d levels.
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