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Strange Symptoms

My problems started four months ago with a severe headache (never had headaches before), extreme tiredness and swollen lymph nodes. As if somebody hit me in the had continuously. I have heat-needle pain sensation top of my head left side, i have tingling all over my body, i can hear myself eat and drink, comb my hair, i have the feeling, something is inmy throat. Ct scans were done , Mri's were done, negative, blood tests with no end, eeg negative. I was given several antibiotics, no change, prednisone. TPO value was high, diagnosed with Hashimoto, started levothyroxine treatment 25 mg. Vit D was very low 11, took vit D no change. My IG E value was three time higher. I went to all type of specialists: head, neck,endocrinologists, ENT, infectious disease, allergist. They can not find the cause. hearing test and tympanogramm was ok. I can hear myself eat and drink, contacted Dr. Yang regarding superior canal dehiscence syndrom (syndrome). But still no idea,what is happening in my head, it feels congested (sinus ct negativ), sometimes feels like tingling in the head too, left side and back of head, or when hand goes numb, the same feeling i have in the head.I had daily symptoms for four months and my life turned into a nightmare. Not sick before, not even a migraine. Infectious disease tested viruses, bacterias, parasites,came back negative. I have been gardening a lot, thought maybe a fungus. Till now, no positive results. I was several time in emergency, my brain felt like on fire, Ct scan negative. Unspecified headache, they do not know, what is happening in my head, with my hearing too. I did not find one american doctor capable of finding the answer yet, saw over 20. Maybe i will have more luck with Europe in summer. Any suggestion?
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looks like you got a full checkup. even though you may still have a chance of having something wrong within your body, you should consider anxiety too. anxiety can cause all of those symptoms too try not to think too much but im not a doctor or a profesional person so its just my opinion get better
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For the past 2 months I've been feeling those same symptoms, it all started in a heat wave! For a week it was over 40 degrees super hot! Had to play tennis and was alot cooler where I played and started to feel rather sick half way through my match! Felt dizzy headaches and nausea, went to the hospital the following week as I felt worse and thought I was dehydrated! They put me on the drip! Did blood test ecg all came back normal, following week I felt worse and saw my doctor as I started panicing thinking something major was wrong he did ct scan and more bloods all negative! Been to the hospital 5 times with mo answers. Doctor thought its anxiety so I'm on medication and to this day I'm still feeling the same :( I try believe its anxiety but never believe what the doctors say! At times it feels like your about to die. Heart races breathing difficulties, all doing with anxiety is what they all say. If you don't think its that try another doctor! I hope you find out what's wrong :) hang in there
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    There was an article a couple of months back in a Reader's digest about a man who was having similar symptoms.  It took an ENT to discover a very tiny hole just above the eardrum in his ear.    After the surgery he was okay.  

     Hope this information was helpful.
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    It sounds like your electrolytes are off kilter.  You might try taking supplements of Magnesium and of Potassium.  Both of these are so important especially with people who work out.
    A good sports drink  - 1/2 before exercising and 1/2 after should also help balance the electrolytes.
    Carrots, avocados, tomatoes, apples, bananas and oranges are a good source of Potassium.  (Along with your supplement).
     If you don't have enough Magnesium (I take Glycinate but Gluconate is also good) you can't absorb enough Potassium.
     Also if you've ever taken antibiotics, you need to replace the good bacteria in your gut with acidophilus.

     Wishing you both the best...
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