I'm currently waiting on blood test results to see what's going on. My Dr is testing for autoimmune disorders. I also have a family history of ms. I'm 29 years old, but have felt more like 69 for some time now. When I move I sound like pop corn. Things popping all over my body. I'm in constant pain. I'm always tired. I wake up in the middle of the night in cold sweats that soak me and my bed. I can't tolerate the cold weather. It seems to bite me. The glands in my neck have been huge since I was a kid, but seem to get bigger at night. I have unexplained weight loss. I get headaches and blurred vision sometimes. The right side of my back stays in a constant spasm. Its like solid concrete. The pain from that seems to radiate to the front of my body. My ribs will even hurt so bad it makes me nauseous. I have also had bowel problems for years. Does this sound likesomething anyone else is experiencing? What should I expect to hear from my blood work?
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