Hi everyone. I have major issues with heat and humidity. I live in Minnesota. I love winter, but late spring and summer makes me feel extremely ill. Everyone says it's because I'm obese, but they don't realize that I've only been feeling this way for the last couple years. I have photosensitive epilepsy as well. I have issues with being fatigued, weak, tingly and the backs of my hands have almost no feeling in them. I do not have diabetes or heart problems. I am of mostly northern European ancestry. I have an appointment next week to figure this out. Seems like I practically live at the doctors office! Does anyone else here feel like they are drunk and unsteady when walking? I run into things a lot. I also get confused easily, and I have a really bad memory, so I feel ditzy. Sorry my post is so long. I hope we all find answers and feel our best despite our battles. Good luck to all! -Best Wishes-View Thread
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