when i close my mouth my teeth jitter and im not even cold. also i have a cough and when i drink water i feel...
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when i close my mouth my teeth jitter and im not even cold. also i have a cough and when i drink water i feel nautious for some reason. loss of appetite. and ive been having problems breathing for the past 2 weeks. doctors gave me pills and they are working so far. but im noticing more sypmtoms of something. i had blood taken and also ive been feeling tingly every where mostly on my left side and the top of my head though. the doctors also took x rays said there is nothing wrong with my heart nor lungs. so idk i need someones opionon on whats going on here. i have no pain anywhere. and if anything just moderate discomfort if anything. but no pain anywhere.View Thread
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