Weird story I'll try and be brief,
For the last six months I have zero energy ,hands and feet feel asleep ,also dizzy ,some blurry vision and sharp constant pain in my right side below my ribs.
Have had multiable ct scans, MRI , emg , blood tests ,X-rays you name it even a colonoscopy with all of the showing nothing wrong, the docs all are baffled.
I am type 2 diabetic but that too is under controll the only meds I take are avapro for high blood preasure., I also had kidney stones lasered out about 4 months ago and a stent removed (more pain then you can believe).
Also have a cyst in my nasal they are going to look at
Was 250lbs but am down to 185 (6ft)
Doctors don't think its ms and after the emg ruled out diabetic neurophy
Also don't have blood clots, I'm really just at my wits end with all this and would take any advice I can get ps I'm 47 and I do smoke thanxs JeffView Thread
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