Every doctor thinks I am a liar, that I am completely fine, but my infectious disease doctor thinks I have not (not his expertise ) If I list my symptoms, can anyone tell me if I have fibromyalgia (maybe coupled with another problem)? Please and thank you, it means a lot if you could help. I have an appointment with a psychiatrist and a neurologist, but it is 2 months from now and I might get kicked out of engineering college, this has been happening (the pain) for 7 years.
Pain throughout entire body Burning, stinging Joint Pain Intense pain from physical activities Eyes go off focus often Read things wrong (even if read with the utmost care repeatedly) Senstivity to cold: Feet, legs, arms Sensitivity to Heat: Eyes burn/water, body pain/discomfort increases Extreme difficulty concentrating (mind goes blank often) Memory problems Forget what I am doing Short term memory problems Unable to retain what is read Pressure inside head Headaches Difficulty in tasting salt, sugar Tingling head, focused near bottom left of scalp arms, hands, feet and legs Hallucinations Morning and night Often see things moving, hearing voices, feeling things touching me, seeing a body moving (shadows but in the shape of a body, during daylight as well) Being pursued Loss of Balance Lack of Coordination (at times) Lose ability to move Despite mind insisting I have ability, episode dissapates Muscle Spasms Particularly at night Difficulty with speech Stuttering, finding the words to say Fatigue Anxiety prevalent in younger age, most often feel disconnected from feeling Difficulty standing in place too long Pain results in waking up at night Wake up with intense pain (often) Subsides within an hour Quick Reaction to medication Heart Fast Heart beat from miniscule tasks Stinging (Common) Urinary frequency Involuntary body movementsView Thread
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