I am 29 years old and I have had health problems in the past and had a operation for my ulcerative colitis in November 2010 . Everything was fine for six months and I felt fine , however after six months I have had a constant feeling of nausea that does not go away, constantly feel tired , sore breasts , headaches, aches and pains all over my body but in the last two weeks the pain has got really bad . When I do simple things like walk up the stairs my heart races and I am short of breath . I have been going back and forth to the Doctors for months and they just keep sending me away for different tests but they all come back normal . I am at the end of my tether and just want to know if anybody out there has similar symptons or recognizes them as I am getting really down about this . Please help .
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