Hi! I am 25 years old. I was healthy as a child, but going through puberty to now has been extremely rough. My mother has rheumatoid arthritis & so did her father. My brother has always been sickly since childhood, but mostly sinuses & allergy - related issues. When I was about 12 or 13 I got a cat scratch on my chest & not too long after I was diagnosed w/ hidradenitis suppurativa & they said I couldv'e gotten a staff infection from the cat causing my skin problem. Time has passed since then & I have been diagnosed w/ hypothyroidism. I also believe I have recently somehow gotten psoriasis. I had a bout of Belle's Palsy when I was in college, also. I never really feel good either. I am always tired & never have much energy. My thyroid has apparently leveled out & I still have these other issues. I have some other symptoms, but cannot currently remember everything. I think they could be related. Maybe autoimmune? Suggestions?
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