Hello WebMD community! I'd like to ask You guys for help because I don't know what to do with myself anymore.
I don't really know where to put this description of my problems, cause they're all over my body but the worst are in my digestive system.
So, I guess it'll be best to describe how do I feel during my whole day:
Waking up is worst moment - I feel weak and numb, my nose is full, I've got red, swollen cheeks and purple circles under my eyes which are also swollen (eyelids) and tired. I can hear my heart pumping slowly.
Then, after like 15 minutes I feel much better. From 10 o'clock to 17 o'clock I almost have no problems, only constipation, coughing up white/yellow phlegm and having itching gums, and these I have everyday, almost all the time. Then, always around 17 I start feeling very weak and dizzy, I feel more itching in my gums, sometimes all of my veins are very visible.
It all started 7-8 years ago with balding on top of my head and long lasting fevers without any "scientific explanation". I also have some spots on my feet and sometimes they're just spots but sometimes many tiny dots/scabs appear inside of them.
My hair are growing back after 7 years of bald spots, and I don't really know why...
I also have problems with urinary tract but I think it's not connected cause I have it for a short time.
So, if anyone would know what could be the problem... well, that person will be a hero. View Thread
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