Re: I can't sleep and my joints ache, what do I have?
I dont know your medical history at all, but you are asking that question under immunology..Have you ever had your MD (GPS) taken blood tests as Igg, Iga, Igm and Ige and the subclasses? This is actually for SPECIALIST IN MEDICAL IMMUNOLOGY, - because its beond an ordinary knowledge for an GP. I have had this acing for years, almost my whole life, as well as infections. I have NEVER SEEN THE CONNECTION. When I saw a spec in Rheumatology, 2 years ago; she found ONE SINGLE TEST : THE IMMUNOLOGY Igg, that was a little bit under normal. She was that smart that she wrote to my family doc, and told him that I should see a spec in immunology. Then the ball begun to run. I got the VERY RARE DIAGNOSIS: PRIMARY HYPOGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA, ONLY 400 OF THEM IN MY COUNTRY. Also: I got treatment as with gammaglobuline and a pump (at home) once a wee, - treatmet for the rest of my life (preventing infections) AND I LEARNED FROM THE PROFESSOR WHEN I COMPLAINED ABOUT BONE AND JOINT PAIN, THAT THIS IS HIGHLY CONNECTED TO THE ILLNESS, AND MANY ALSO HAS METABOLISME-PROBLEMS TOO, i HAVE HYPOTHYREOIDEA. It s an illness that is genetic, they do a lot of research, and they dont know why people get the illness; an other name of the decease is primary immune defficiency. Primary means that its herdial or is something you are born with. It is an immunedefficiency, and that means that whtiout correct an easy medication, gammaglobulin, you are exposed to infection all the time. There ar often pain in joint and bones connected to the illness, but even if I have read why, its so complicated that I should let a specialist in medicin explain it. First of all take the blood tests and all the sub-gruops of those medical blood tests.
I have finelly got help with all the symptomes, and it is that a reliefe!