I am a 17 year old female, who is typically healthy. I recently moved to Pittsburgh, PA from Ohio in early June, and ever since then, I have been sick. I am CONSTANTLY lightheaded, nauseous, and fatigued. The symptoms appear to get worse when I read or stare at something for too long, which I find odd. I have seen a plethora of doctors, and no one seems to know what's wrong. My bloodwork came back normal, other than borderline anemia, due to being a vegetarian. I've been taking iron supliments, and am recieving no relief. I've had an ENT look at me, who told me nothing was wrong. No inner ear, sinus, or vertigo problems. I've had an MRI, which came back normal. I recently went to a Neurologist and had an EEG done, and I am awaiting those results. I've seen a chiropractor who said nothing was wrong. I'm a senior in highschool this year, and I've missed way too much school because of this. If anyone has any suggestions on what I could do to relieve this, I'd appreciate it!
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