Hi, I'm a 23 year old male. I have had pretty significant weight loss over the past month...
For the last months I have been getting fevers as well..
I have also had itching all over my body (this has been something I've had for the past months or so, it comes and goes in intensity) but sometimes at night when I'm sleeping I will scratch so bad I cause myself to bleed.
i get itching mostly on my face, on my cheeks and sometimes i can get red skin rash anywhere on my body. i get itching daily now.
I also deal with fatigue/weakeness
Any advice, opinions, comments greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Hi, I just took a really quick look through your other posts. With immune dysfunction, air hunger, arrhythmia, POTS, a history as an exerciser, fatigue and so on --- I'd ask if you've looked into CFS/ME?
How about lowered body temperature and insomnia?
As far as the symptoms you describe in this thread, I'd reply that these symptoms can be caused by a cancer, BUT they can also be caused by lot of other things - including immune dysfunction which is at the heart of CFS.
Btw, the itching is probably from histamine - which is released by immune cells called mast cells.
Did your problems happen to begin with a really bad virus cold?
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