Hi, I've been waking up in the middle of the night with parasthesias all over my body. They go away after I am moving around for a while. I have anemia, and I have orthostatic hypotension. I'm 30 and this stuff started to happen when I dropped out of grad school and had a period of homelessness a few years ago. I have an intolerance to gluten and. Whenever I get stressed it gets worse and I have bad diarrhea and start losing sensations all over my body. I've had periods where I couldn't eat vegetables because my nervous system in my stomach wouldn't pass the fiber into my small intestine and I got horribly sick from it.
I don't know what I have and I don't know what I should b doing. The doctors haven't been much help besides my GI saying that he thinks it's a "Autonomic nervous system disorder." So here I am.
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