Ryan. at this point, you should be able to get insurance. If you have no income, you are in luck!!
I've read through this thread and there doesn't seem to be any medical facility taking charge. Folks here on this thread are really helpful and suggesting things, but you need the Mayo clinic or some other clinic with an equal reputation for taking charge and driving this to ground.
It seems to me that all the medical professionals so far have run a few tests and shrugged their shoulders and passed you on.
Before you die, sign up for free health care and go to the Mayo where a comprehensive staff will care.
Best wishes, and prayers.
I am not a doctor, but I do know a lot about medicine. I ran your symptoms through a database and I was thinking the same thing.
Severe Hypothyroidism (Myxedema). You need to go to the hospital and get treatment as soon as possible. They need to start you on T3-Liothyronine IV. If I am right, you will be better in a few days. This is so serious that people go into comas from this lack of thyroid hormone.
While your symptoms point to :
Hypothyroidism, adrenal fatigue, IBS, colitis, leaky gut syndrome, gut dysbiosis, food sensitivities etc.
it would be nice to know what tests you had including tests results with lab ref. values ,if available.
Ryan, Have them also run tests for HIV and Sjogrens.
Hey guys thanks for the replies. Here is some additional information.
Doctors I've seen
Family Doctors - (Blood work / CT scans)
E.R. Doctors - (CT scans / Blood work / X-rays)
Pulmonologist - (Lung capacity / o2 SAT test)
Cardiologist - (EKG, Nuclear Stress Test, Ultrasound)
Gastrologist - (EGD with biopsies / Fecal smear)
ENT / Allergist - (Nasal CT / Allergy tests)
Infectious Disease Specialist - (HIV Tests)
Current diagnostic results
Blood tests, biopsies, and specimen samples have revealed:
▪ Dehydration (I'm frequently urinating)
▪ Low Potassium
▪ Low CD-4 Count (HIV NEGATIVE)
▪ High Eosinophil Count
▪ Eosinophilic Esophagitis (Autoimmune)
▪ Stool Samples (Negative for parasites)
▪ Food Allergies (Appeared 2013)
▪ Vitamin D Deficiency
I've had many tests ran and it would take ages to type them all out so I took photos of the results doctors have handed me or mailed to me and I placed them in a zip file available to download at the link posted below. I marked out sensitive information such as addresses and account numbers, but it shows all the lab values.
These tests are from 2013 - 2014. I haven't been able to do much in 2015 since I lost my health insurance, but the results from 2013 - 2014 are around the time when this first became active so they are very relevant.
There is additional information such as what I was doing just before I became sick and family history, but I'd like to get your thoughts on what I've provided here and answer any questions you may have.
Are you of Mediterranean descent?
Cortisol was high enough for me to consider it high.
You need to see an immunologist and an endocrinologist and have all of your records sent and have them rerun everything. PCP too.
That VERY high Free T4 screams at me.
Some considerations could be Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Graves Disease, but so do things like Mediterranean fever, [HIV may still be on the table],
Thiamine Deficiency is plausible. Take a B Complex Vitamin. Do not get gummys because they do not contain thiamine. The worst thing that happens is that you pee out excess.
I have a few ideas but I would rather wait for the Immunologist to see you and see what they say.
Hope that helps.