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Help. Need guidance on weird symptoms.

Help. Need guidance on weird symptoms.

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Posted by e wilson on September 18, 2000 at 07:24:19:

What's happening? About five years ago, I had extreme pain, loss of mobility in left side neck, shoulder, arm (was only in 30s). Couldn't even wash my face. Heart, all other signs, normal. (Had MRI, said couldn't tell anything). Condition resolved on an Easter Sunday, after about 3 months months duration, when I had feeling of extreme heat in area, sweating, felt like outpouring of poison. Now, over past three months have had feelings of weakness, pain in hand arm, neck, shoulder, spasms,and shoulder (same side effected before, plus spasms both legs). Also, tingling in neck, head, pin and needles feelings in opposite side knee, both foot. Feel very weak, but better. Again, this feeling better came after two episodes of great feelings of heat, profuse perspiration (past two days). I have not been diagnosed with anything, although have been gernerally checked, blood pressure, heart normal. I still have weakness, shakiness,numbness, tingling, don't drink, do drugs. Normal weight. I have had a hysterectomy, for great bleeding, over 2 years ago, couldn't have bms without laxatives since (no problem with that before), am scheduled to see doc). Had colonoscopy back then, ok with "pelvic floor dysfunction" from surgery, benign polyp, said a gastroenterologist. Am scheduled for another colonoscopy soon. Another bizarre feature, when operated on, was severly burned on derriere on table, when pad under me somehow was not "grounded", took three months to heal.

What should I tell doc? What's happening? I work, have family, just want normal life, but need to know what could be going on.
Thanks for any guidance you can give.


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