I have been through so many blood tests this month for just about everything including lupus. I have MS in my family but the neurologist doesn't think its that. All Lupus tests come back negative. I have a long list of symptoms. Hair loss, scalp pain, fevers, confusion, loss of concentration. I also have strange almost electric like pains in my arms and legs at time. I have a rash over my cheeks and nose and I am so tired all the time! No stamina, I cant even go to the basement for the dryer without losing my breath. I used to be so energetic with my kids and now I feel just making it through the day a task. I haven't worked for a month because we cant figure it out. Short term disability was denied. I don't know where to turn. I know SOMETHING is not right but blood tests say something else. Any advice from others would be greatly appreciated.View Thread
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