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Hello

So this is my first blog ever so hopefully I dont mess it up to much.  I've offically run out of options so to speak and I am at the end of my rope on how to tackle my current situation.

About 4 years ago now I got my wisdom teeth removed, which I thought was pretty routine and normal. Me being a normal health person, decided that I wasn't going to take the anti-biotics given, using the mindset/logic that if I take them now when my body really needs them they wont be as effective. But the dentist that removed my teeth actually had left a piece of tooth in my gums. This then in turn became infected and I had to go to another dentist to remove the tooth. They then recommended that it would be "NOW" a smart choice to take the full course of anit-biotics to clear the infection.

About a month later my eyes started swelling up as if I was having an allergic reaction to something. This continued for about a year on and off. Within that year I had seen multiple doctors and specialist who could not figure out what was wrong. On top of all that, they didn't know weather it was a viral or bacterial infection and kept perscribing oral anti-biotics to myself to deal with each outbreak, for lack of a better word.

3 years later my life is a living hell. I continue to see my doctor with headache, dizziness (when standing up), heart palpitations, a feeling of being spaced out almost everyday, shortness or breath from time to time, memory lost, and involuntary movements.

This has been the scariest times of my life because I've completed almost every test I can think of from , ECG's, blood work (std's included, which is negative across the board), x-rays, cat scans, ECG monitoring (holters) and my doctors continue to tell me that i'm perfectly fine, which is not okay with me. I have recently just found a new doctor because as I continue to try and deal with these issues, my last doctors was making me feel as if I was some sort of hypochondriac because I was challenging his opinion. I explain to him I would love nothing more than to walk out of his office and only see him for my annual check ups. He then offered the possibility of depression causing these symptions and thats when I said enough is enough.

Please somebody HELP me. I'm at the end of my rope and dont know where else to turn.
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7721494 tn?1431631564
I don't quite understand the problem --

watering eyes?

Muscle Weakness?

Palpitations?

SOB?

Are there any Men's Health Issues?

What exactly is your complaint?



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