All sorts of reasons - a huge variety of symptoms. Weakness, paresthesias, sinus tachycardia, right bundle branch block in heart, petechiae, bruising easily, hypersensitive to hot and cold, unequal pupils, palpitations, general itching all over, blood work normal apart from increase in RDW (Red Cell Width). Tachycardia does not ever calm down. Swelling in throat with no pain, swollen cervical gland for over 2 yrs with no pain. Faitgue. Muscle twitching, neck twitching. Spots in front of eyes.
my daughter, 22, has many unexplained problems/symptoms. She recently has been told that she also sinus tachycardia and a blood test indicated that her thyroid is functioning normally but her white blood cells are very high. She is going back to the doctor today. I am worried. She already has had a large pre-cancerous tumor removed from her colon. She also is in constant abdominal pain.....
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