Hello, I am a 30 year old male. Don't smoke, don't drink, eat organic and live a healthy lifestyle. For the past two years I have felt an achy pain all over my body with a lot of pain in my sides and ribs, and the worse pain in my chest. I also feel nausea sometimes and a lot of fatige, weakness and lack of energy. The pain ranges anywhere from dull to intense, but it is ALWAYS there. Nothing causes it to get any worse or better. I have been to the ER a couple times when the pain got really bad. I have seen several doctors, all of which have been completely stumped and no help to me what so ever. I have been to cardiologists as well. All have said the EKG's look great, stress tests look great, heart looks great, chest x-rays look great, blood tests are all clear. I've been tested for everything from Leukemia, to Lymes disease, Lupis, Hepatitis, Fibromyalgia and everything else you could think of. All doctors have said everything looks good, doesn't seem to be life threatenenig, then proceeds to take my money and send me home with no help or answers. After two years and thousands of dollars spent on doctors, I still suffer in pain all day every day. I used to be a very active, energetic, happy person. Now it takes all my strength just to go to work. I don't do anything anymore other than go to work. The quality of my life sucks. I'm NOT depressed or anything like that, just extremely frustrated. My wonderful wife and I are expecting our first baby in two months and I just want so badly to be energetic and without pain again so I can be active in my daughter's life. Please help!View Thread
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