Send me an email with the full history of your complaint and all your symptoms, plus i will need to know what tests you have had done and what was reoprted to be found, if anything. I also need to know about your lifestyle, i.e. stress, eating, drinking, sleeping habits, and if you smoke etc.. also i need to know what medication you are currently on or have been on in the past, the more information you can provide the better, i.e if you have muscle tremors, fatigue, if symptoms are worse at night, if there are any aches on certain parts of the body, if are worse after eating, or after eating certain foods etc...
I will see if i can pinpoint the underlying cause for your illness.
I am glad i can help, just a word of warning though, Doctors do not take kindly to medical advice taken off the internet, especially from somebody like me who has not even undergone any type of medical training.
I think one thing you can take from my posts, is that Doctors can not help you, i learned this after years of tests all showing up nothing, even if they do diagnose you, then they will only give medication which as we know will make your symptoms worse in the long run.
Best advice is to read through all my posts regarding self cure information and try them, it may take a while before health starts to spiral back up, stomach problems definately cause breathing problems due to the pressure on the diaphragm, it seems they are definately linked in your case.
Just a quick note to say hi! I am experiencing the same as you. I recently went for a chest X-ray and they found a 1cm mark on my left lung. The company doctor said that I shouldn't loose any sleep over it. Easy to say when you are on the other side of the desk! I was told to return in 3 months time for follow-up X-rays. Instead I decided to see a specialist. That will happen tomorrow (10 June). I am scared, but at least I will know I am not the first or last to go through this. Hang in there. Please keep me posted on your progress and I will let you know what my outcome is.
In 2006, I went through an MRI. I lost all feeling in the right side of my body. Doctors thought it was MS. Nope. Synthroid was too low. It caused it. Now in 2008 I am dealing with weak feeling in legs and burning lips either left or right corners.
My TSH levels were too high still. Unreal! I also lost vision to 20/80 in both eyes and could not drive. I have a three year old that I could not pick up.
I still cannot chase her around the kitchen counter or walk for a long time without feeling like I am going to fall. Unsteady I guess is the word. I have had the vertigo tests done, nothing. I was fine. Who knows what is wrong. I just want to feel normal again. I had a TT in 2006.
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