Hi, I'm a 26 year old man from Kansas, I live with my parents. September of 2008 I began Testosterone injections for my Low Testosterone syndrome; began low at 50 mg and we worked up to 300 mg for a year; then the head aches came and were constant and then my left eye twitched and popped; it was now unable to stand light of any kind, the next week the right eye did the same, then my eye sight went from "eagle eyes" to almost blind, light sensitivity, next went my ears and became sound sensitive, teeth began to chatter. At the ER I was told I had Grade A migraine head aches. Many years, everything got worse. the head aches are constant and getting more severe, same with the light and sound sensitivity and teeth chattering, then all of a sudden weight gain from no where and I'm eating very little. I can barely walk, barely get out of bed or a chair, extremely weak, fatigued; can't handle a car ride of any distance. Yesterday, making breakfast for my mom, I fell into our old fridge. Now I am having pain in the bones of my face and jaws, hands tremble, my memory is fading, this illness is getting the better of me every day and is getting progressively worse; and our doctor can't figure what it is and now is not believing my parents and I when we tell him of a new symptom or a symptom is getting worse. My strength in my hands and grips are gone. I could go on, we would like to know what it is that is wearing me down to nothing.