To sum up the last two years, over active bladder,pelvic pain. Burning all over body except head,numbness,tingling,shooting pains in arms legs back,stomach. Waiting to see a neuro,fibromyalgia has been suggested but I don't fit the symptoms. Started on lyrica 3 days ago ..no side effects,but no symptom relief. I take alpha lipoic acid, b12 ,vit d, and fish oils. Nothing helps. Oh,and oxycodone. : s
I'm house bound at this point. Starting to fall into depression.
One more note I have had blood problems for most of my life but never diagnosed with diabetes. (Unusual thirst,hunger,dizziness,mood swings relieved by eating.
Is this not clearly neuropathy?! Why has no one diagnosed me in two years!!!
This pain is unbearable. I'm awaiting disability.
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