hi, Ashley, I am so sorry, I feel for you. I am dealing with the all the symptoms too. and my livein partner just says there is nothing wrong with you, and he has a drinkin problem so when hes drunk he says mean things that really make my problems worse. im unemployed too, and have been for a year and a half and today I have had a severe head and eye pain for the last 3 days..in the process of finding a new doc, the last one jus says I think its lupus and you need to eat right, what the heck I do. im 36 and been to several doctors over the course of the years and starting to fall into a deep depression again. im lucky though I still have my kids, gosh girl my heart goes out to you. I also have dizziness, problems walking, muscle spasms, head hurts ALOT!, always tired, constipation, frequent urination, limbs hurt, jus everything seems like. I wish I could feel like me again. it seems like im losin myself..jus want to find a doc to help me. if you ever need someone to talk to, let me know, god bless!View Thread
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