have been diagnoised with migraines for a few years now and am on medication for them. however I still have migraines sometimes worse than others but the past month or two I've had a constant headache almost every day. I've also had neck pain for about two year that's been getting progressively worse. I've had a number of other systems that seem some weird and all seem unrelated that have popped up over the last month or so that I'll list: can't always control my bladder, leaking nipples, fingernails turning purple (more often than usual), muscle fatigue from simple tasks such as folding laundry, standing up, walking around the house, shortness of breath, low blood pressure, feeling foggy or almost drunk or confused in my head, my head feels heavy, ears always feel like they need to pop, pressure on my eyeballs, almost always neausus and sometimes vomit randomly. These are all symptoms that have never happened before. I'm 24 years old and a female with 1 child. Otherwise i'd say I'm pretty healthy. A few years ago I did have some blood tests run and they told me I had "genetic precursers for an autoimmune disorder" whatever that means. all I know is they did an ELIZA blood test but said I was good to go. didn't know if that could help at all or not. Any ideas would be great.
i feel like i am just reading my own message reading that as i have all that it would drive you crazy, the drs just dont seem 2 do anything its driving me crazy as well iam 45 iv had migraines since i was 5 , i dont no what it is like having 1day without pain , but i have got worse as all these other things have come along as well x
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