The Alike Team

82d

Ever have a symptom no one could tie to anything?

Adjustment Disorder

Tachycardia

Nausea and Vomiting

Headache

Myalgia

Joint pain

Generalized pain

Diabetes Type 2 (T2D)

Chest pain

Naltrexone

Laryngopharyngeal reflux

Chronic Backache

Skin Itch

Lethargy

Migraine

acute myalgia

Feeling of choking

Nystagmus

Chronic Pain

Chronic Generalized pain

Gabapentin

acute lethargy

Palpitations

Dizziness

Anemia

Hypothyroidism

Arthralgia, Arthropathy

Recurrent Syncope

Otalgia

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  • Cin

    82d

    Yes

    • maharahnee

      82d

      Skin itch may be a sign of a food or drug sensitivity. I itch when I eat or take a med containing salycilates.😥

  • jellypeanut

    82d

    Yes! No one knows or understands why my body, specifically legs & ankles, get swollen, red, itchy, & start burning when I do light physical activity even such as walking. Every physician keeps saying may be circulatory but has never seen it before.

    • Raquel226

      82d

      Do you know if you're retaining water in your legs? I've had the exact same thing and I was diagnosed with Chronic Venous Insufficiency. I hope this helps you.

    • TexAss

      82d

      If you are allergic or sensitive to nickel, there's likely a lot of foods high in nickel in your diet that may be causing this discomfort. Check out some of the lists online and try reducing those foods in your diet. It may take a while before you feel relief, but keep exercising and eating healthier foods for your body type.

      • ChronicIllnessBabe

        79d

        omg ty for posting this 🙏

    • sandboxjoints

      82d

      POTS/similar issues can cause blood to pool in the legs & those kinds of symptoms can worsen with anything that increases heart rate. maybe worth looking into if you haven't considered it yet? good luck on your journey :)

    • Andrer

      81d

      check your kidneys, try this herb chancapiedra .

    • HisWillNotMine

      75d

      look into Erythromelalgia

    • SalineTurnip

      58d

      there's also such a thing as an allergic reaction to exercise. Maybe look into that.

    • Wheelinlady

      44d

      have you looked into CRPS?

  • maharahnee

    82d

    Sorry for your discomfort.😥

  • AA3

    82d

    Grew up being told my symptoms were me 'being lazy' or "it's just in my head". Finally just got a diagnosis while in the hospital on my 80th birthday. I was born with McArdle's Disease.

    • m__

      75d

      w human

      • steph2022

        51d

        ain't no one person the same. Impossible to ever relate to someone 100% but we can try our best to show support. I wouldn't even say I'm human aahhah no one else looks like me. No one thinks like me. Talks like me. I'm something else lmaooo

    • Derrick707

      67d

      I wish you the best in your journey with that diagnosis 😁

  • Roly

    82d

    I had the same symptoms and gain a lot of weight because of this and terrible back pain and knees and what has been working for me is getting on a diet program eating their foods and eating every 2 1/2 hours and so far I’m happy to report my ankles are back to normal I’ve lost 72lbs and my knees aren’t hurting anymore but my back still hurts. And I’m happy to report I’ve come off my meds blood pressure is also back to normal oh and all this without doing any exercises due to my back pain

    • BinoVert

      45d

      wow good for you. That is great that you have had so much success.

  • Heather21

    82d

    Maybe, I'm very complicated, sometimes drs don't even know what is going on.

  • Danyfi

    82d

    Lower back pain🙁 with or without excercise

  • klazikel

    82d

    Yes, nerve and joint pain. I spent years in agony with no answers and finally a couple years ago I was diagnosed with joint hypermobility disorder. Ever since starting Naltrexone a couple of years ago, my nerve and joint pain has greatly decreased.

    • sandboxjoints

      82d

      omg i've had so much of this and i just recently realized my SI joint pain might be tied to hypermobility (i already knew i had multiple other hypermobile joints but didn't think much of it before)

  • AorticOwl980

    82d

    My headaches, and neck and back pain, I've had MRIs EKGs and no real information, i have another on Jan15 wish me luck Ig?

    • Teardrops

      73d

      I have the neck, back, migraines and pain in my thumb and wrist. I am getting injections in my neck. I have an MRI and EMG (nerve conduction test) for the wrist and thumb pain. I have 4 doctors treatment me for my issues mentioned, pain management, neurologist for migraines. A rheumatologist for fibromyalgia and a orthopedic doctor for the wrist and thumb. I wish I had just one who could do it all. Lots of doctor. And only was can even prescription medication for pain ( like narcotics). No matter how bad I might appear to other’s. I signed a paper saying I won’t get pain meds from other doctors . See pain management like the end of November, MRI and EMG end of Nov or December. The orthopedic is next appointment is in December, rheumatologist is December 5th, pin management is end of Nov. Thank goodness for daily planners

  • Novathevibe

    82d

    Once I had air in my side. Not air in my organs... Air surround my intestines. But there was no perforations. At all!

  • EliteLexy

    82d

    Where do I start? Kidding! I will say, keep advocating for yourselves! The medical field is not all knowing and YOU know yourself best

  • kittykitty

    82d

    I have skin peeling and no doctor even knows what it is

  • DeepThinker99

    81d

    I wake up with severely swollen joints if I don’t get at least 10 hours of good quality sleep every night

  • greychildvii

    81d

    Extreme bloating to where I look and feel 6 months pregnant all the time

    • starrybun

      73d

      Do you think you might be accidentally ingesting gluten somehow? I see that you have Celiac disease too. It can be really tricky to manage.

  • Kapyin

    81d

    the stomach pain i get when walking. that would be the slipping rib syndrome.

  • GhostEnby

    81d

    Yes, I finally got a diagnosis after 6 months of agonizing pain.

  • Tess123

    81d

    Recurrent infections all my life. I was 36 and a pneumonia almost killed me. I was finally referred to an immunologist and after 6 months of failing vaccine challenges and ridiculously low igg numbers. I was diagnosed with common variable immune deficiency. I now use donor plasma weekly and it’s changed my life.

  • IllMermaid

    81d

    Yes, many symptoms and still no official diagnosis. Prayers to everyone!

  • KzooDiana

    81d

    Fatigue..... I'm constantly exhausted and can easily sleep all night, all day, and all night again but doctors can't find cause.

    • pianolover314

      51d

      I was in the same boat and then got diagnosed with ADHD and autism. I started taking Adderall and while I still have fatigue I'm no longer in bed all day everyday taking 3+ naps

  • Azaria

    80d

    Yes I diagnosed with seizures when I was nine. Before that the doctors thought I was crazy. They did not know what they were talking about so I saw a professional. He quickly diagnosed me and said I wasn’t crazy.

  • woodlandfolk

    79d

    No but my dentist found out that i had scalloped tounge and told me i needed to talk to a therapist about my anxiety

  • SongbirdQueen01

    79d

    Yes.....

  • Scribbling_Kitten

    79d

    I hate going to my doctor because I've had so many issues and no results. I called him and told him I have so many issues that I can't even really remember what they are and that I feel like my issues aren't being resolved. Well he basically said was I empathize with you, go get mental help. Basically blaming my issues on my mental disabilities. He didn't do all tests not meant for my age. He didn't do any genetic testing. I'm walking physical mental medical issue. They've heard my history. They know I'm a rarity, and not in a good way. I've had conditions not meant for my age. I was born 3 months premature and had complications with that. I'm so sick and tired of doctors blaming my mental disabilities, my ethnicity, my weight, my genetics. Don't blame those things until you can prove them. Like, show me the Carfax before even telling me that I need mental help. I'm already getting that, I need medical assistance. I hate doctors

    • starrybun

      73d

      I hear you and I'm sorry. 😥

  • canadaisntreal

    79d

    yeah. memory loss, at least the extent that i have, i guess? no doctor has ever seemed as concerned about it as i feel like they should, though. i guess they don’t live with my brain literally all the time or are even near me a lot. also i have some (fairly minor?) weird physical things. like i have had periods of my life (like a few months maybe? idk i don’t remember lol) where i have fairly frequent(?) very sudden, very heavy nosebleeds. just had one today for the first time in a while. also i have this thing that’s kinda hard to explain (also kinda comes in waves) where i have this occasional sudden sharp kinda stabbing pain near my ribs on one side. i can’t breathe during them at first because it hurts and inhaling makes it much worse. but it stops when i inhale deep enough? it only lasts for maybe 5 seconds? 10? it’s pretty hard to explain.

    • darkstarrynight

      76d

      omg the Rib thing. I have chronic pain. And what you described sounds like a pain spike.

  • Olivebutter2236

    78d

    When I stand too long or when I shower my legs get purple and white and splotchy and sometimes my knees get hot and red and itchy. I don't have pots and no one has ever been able to tell me why this happens.

    • HisWillNotMine

      75d

      please see my comment below about Dysautonomia. I meant to tag you in it and it won't let me edit it.

  • mermaidap

    76d

    pins and needles through my arms, hands, feet, and legs every time i moved. it’s subsided a little now but it was weird

  • CherryJanell

    76d

    Literally almost everything in my body. I've had tingling in my hands and feet, sometimes lips. Pain in my upper arms, neck, super low back. Sensitive to the touch skin. Facial flushing. Heat sensitivity and cold sensitivity. No one can tell me anything.

  • Pisforpotato

    76d

    Yes, and unfortunately, this makes it harder to explain myself to people and even harder for them to believe me. It seems that if it isn’t labeled, according to some, it doesn’t exist. Very invalidating, confusing, and discouraging.

  • darkstarrynight

    76d

    I have this throat pain. (It's like a sore/dry throat type thing.) And it seems to be connected to my emotions. It gets worse when I sing or I'm upset and cry or something like that. But it also feels like it's healing sometimes, I'll feel this unique feeling/aura in my throat that makes me think it's getting better. I've had it for 4 years but the doctors think "it's all my head" cause they can't spot anything. Also I have post nasal drip and that also sucks.

  • HisWillNotMine

    75d

    Dysautonomia can have a variety of symptoms. This sounds like blood pooling/ Livedo Reticularis. Showering can cause the blood vessels to constrict (causing the purple splotches) and then when they warm back up and dilate, the area looks red and feels warm.

  • Charlisa

    75d

    Dizziness. Nausea. Ringing in ears. Let the games begin lol

    • starrybun

      73d

      These can be related to migraine even if you get them without the head pain sometimes. 😥

  • LaurElizabeth

    75d

    I was nauseous and vomiting daily for maybe a year or more - had several tests went to so many drs it has since stopped but I’m still not sure why - was every morning when I woke up was terrible 😞

  • Heather21

    75d

    Its not really a symptom but when I'm sick I dont run a fever and I don't really throw up but I feel like could when I'm sick.

  • m0cha

    75d

    This is gross so warning, but I throw up in my mouth constantly. No clue what the problem is, it just happens a lot and my entire life. I’m always forced to swallow it down bc it’s so often and would be weird to constantly go to a bathroom to get rid of it.

    • Rowboat

      71d

      sound like gerd/acid reflux

  • Brian513

    75d

    Acid reflux maybe

  • Jo420

    75d

    My bones and muscles ACHE all the time, it’s manageable for the most part with pain meds, making sure I walk, pot and icy hot but man does it suck. Ive also always had a very heavy, irregular period that makes me to to throw up and cry constantly anytime it’s happening. I’ve been to the doctor a few times for both the issues but I’m 20 and I have yet to find anyone to take me seriously. So it’s not necessarily that my symptoms can’t be tied to something and more so I can’t find a doctor to take me seriously considering my age. I had a doctor throw some possibilities out like arthritis or fibromyalgia but no clear answers.

  • Waterlemon

    75d

    everyone told me I was super lazy. I got diagnosed with narcolepsy and now my doctor tells me to take naps. funny how things change lol

  • Clockwise

    74d

    In school my teachers would diagnose me with developmental contive delay but I noticed signs of ADHD and autism

  • Weneli

    74d

    Yes

  • Marry_Me

    74d

    Yes

  • sageblanl

    74d

    My psychosis, no one in my family is diagnosed with much because they refuse to believe in mental health. I still struggle with seeing and hearing things, and another is not being able to stay awake.

  • AudaCity

    74d

    I had a lot of random issues for my whole life and just this week I had my Neuro psych eval and now we know it's Schizoaffective Disorder, along with some other mental illnesses that make my life do challenging

  • infinityoncb

    73d

    Nausea. I get it while eating a lot, even if it’s just after one bite. It makes me dread having to eat.

  • mieu

    73d

    I'm still not sure what the episodes could have been but they were ruled non-epileptic, not nystagmus, and not tardive dyskinesia by a neurologist and labeled "convulsions", much more general by a psychiatrist. There was speculation this could be a side effect of abilify but I never got any real answers. The episodes seemed to be brought on by stress and driving (stressful) but that's all I know. I have never met anyone else with the same problem so any insight is appreciated. 💕

  • strawberrydog

    73d

    I have recently been having lower leg and back pain and my mom is unable to get an appointment with my doctor :(

    • darkstarrynight

      27d

      could be chronic pain tbh

  • lostinbmore

    73d

    I have been suffering with mysterious nerve demyelination. My doctor said that I have the symptoms of a 70-year-old even though I'm only 50. I've had lumbar punctures, about 15 high contrast MRIs, X-rays, pet scans and on and on with no final diagnosis. The doctor said he is calling it atypical multiple sclerosis for lack of a better diagnosis. I don't have any of the markers of MS and all the testing has not revealed anything like lupus or Lyme disease or any of the other things that might be a cause of this.

  • SeerClub

    73d

    I have a walking issue and have since I was around 12-13. My lower back would spasm and my (typically) right leg will kick out and I’ll lose balance. I was a high performing athlete, and was about to start training to be on the Olympic soccer team. Doctors didn’t believe me though and I was constantly told to “look at myself in the mirror before I go to bed and tell myself I can walk again.” Tried it a lot and it’s never worked. 10+ years now and I still have the issue and the twitching has gotten worse and now will happen all the time in my fingers and hands along with my legs. If I stay still for 5+ minutes it will kick up more where other people notice. Still haven’t found out what causes it but when it happens the only safe way to get around is a wheelchair… so I have a completely unconnected symptom to my diagnosed disorders that doctors still can’t figure out today and tell me it’s all in my head.

    • Rowboat

      71d

      have you thought about a pinched nerve?

  • KittyKat123

    73d

    Does anyone take gabapentin for fibro? Has it treated you well? No bad side effects? Can still go to work ok?

  • doveandcoyote

    72d

    yep! i’ve had mild congestion for YEARS, no matter the season/allergens. so tired of being told to just keep trying antihistamines and expectorants.

  • Kittypop

    71d

    Oh yeah, don't even get me started...

  • mossbug

    67d

    why sometimes my chronic pain feels like inflammation but all the blood tests said there was none

  • Pixxy

    67d

    Isn't that the name of the game with Mast cell activation.

  • ItsErin

    67d

    I have low body temperature that is usually 34 and the doctors didn't believe me or my mother but now they've realised it's a symptom of CFS and Fibro

  • BeeOy

    58d

    sometimes i randomly feel really high, and my doctors don’t know what to say to that.

  • faexay

    56d

    Severe joint pain since I was 14. Doc told my mom I was lying for attention, she took me to another doctor who said it looked like rhumatoid arthritis but I'm too young for the dx. So not that they don't know so much as they don't believe me

  • bluejjayy

    55d

    Yes! I've spent the past 5+ years struggling with these random "episodes" where i would lightly dissociate, zone out, not be able to talk say much, then my limbs would all go very heavy/numb. It was not complete paralysis, as i could still feel my limbs, but they felt extremely heavy and I couldn't move them for about an hour. It would start it my legs and eventually move up to my head and arms. They are very few and far between (usually months between each episode) but every Doctor had never heard of them before

    • bluejjayy

      55d

      So sorry it sent before i finished! I eventually had a psychiatrist tell me they were called "Leaded Paralysis Episodes" and are a symptom of atypical depression. It is very rare and I am yet to find anyone else who suffers with this condition, please reach out if you have 💕

    • Olivebutter2236

      24d

      also sounds a lot like cataplexy in narcolepsy.

  • Rayningtigress

    55d

    My bone marrow being dried out.

  • TabbysMom

    55d

    Yes! I have severe neuropathy. I am not diabetic. Have some significant OA in my back but docs say not enough to cause neuropathy. So no "reason" for the neuropathy. With RA, RLS, FMS, I was sure I knew what pain is. Nope. I was wrong!

  • Tracks

    52d

    I developed this shake in my right arm after hitting my head in 2006. No one’s been able to diagnose me. I just know it’s brain damage.

  • Embers

    52d

    Yes. I have this pain in my side. It's right under my rib cage and can become unbearably painful. It has caused me nauseua at times and gotten so bad that I curled up and screamed in pain. They still aren't sure what it is even after ultra sounds, x-rays, etc.

    • Starsunmoon

      0d

      I have the exact same thing! It’s so unbearable and really hard to explain like oh sometimes I get this terrible pain in my ribs but it’s not a heart attack but I am unable to stand 😭

  • Nimah

    52d

    I have really bad leg pain, especially in my knees that no doctor can be bothered to figure out what it is.

  • Shoyo1hinata

    51d

    One time I had a fever of 103°F I had really bad chest pains so I went to the doctor and they said I didn't have Covid19, strep throat, and the flu.

  • pianolover314

    51d

    I have muscle knots all over my body and are various sizes, they caused so much pain when I was running that doctor's thought I had fractures in both legs, docs were very confused after the bone scan, thought maybe comparison syndrome, then I was told I was just fat. The past two years I've worked with my rheumatologist and we haven't gotten squat

  • SourLemons

    51d

    i often get this really, really sharp and sudden stabbing pain in my chest, usually in the left side where you'd typically feel a heartbeat. my breath catches and inhaling hurts when it happens. no patterns for when it occurs, no warning signs either. i could go weeks without experiencing it or suffer it four times a day. i randomly came across an article about precordial catch syndrome, the description for which sounds awfully similar to what i have, but to this day i don't know. i'm not sure i'll ever really know.

    • meromeow

      44d

      ive experienced that off and ony whole life and precordial catch syndrome sounds pretty spot on

  • steph2022

    51d

    I have one. .... my shoulders. Mainly left. Pops out . Hurts ... but I sort it at home.. and fine after. Another thing. When I was a child I used to pass out when I cried because I wouldn't breath.... 🤔

  • witchykitty

    51d

    Yes I have! It took me 8 years and a torturous medical test that I will never do again no matter what the doctor's say to me, to finally get an actual diagnosis for my stomach problems. And I have plenty of other symptoms that have yet to be explained even though I practically live at the doctor's office. I'm a medical zebra.

    • Afsara

      49d

      can I ask what the diagnosis was? I also have stomach issues

  • Tracks

    51d

    Yes, I have spina bifida and in a wheelchair, but 15 years ago I was in an accident and hit the back of my neck. Now my right hand shakes or has tremors when I get emotional, cold, try moving quickly ie trying to catch something. There are other things, but this is the main thing that I haven’t been diagnosed. I know it has to do with getting a blow to the head and bruising my brain/nerves getting bruised. I’m really curious to try and figure out what this is called tho.

  • Leopuppy

    51d

    In k-7th I had major anger issues and couldn't pay attention my mom and dad would always call me lazy or something, figured out I have adhd and bipolar and now i know how to handle myself

  • Lenny

    51d

    Chronic fatigue. Everyone thought I was being dramatic, or I just didn't sleep, or even 'too young to be tired'.

  • MaryLemon

    50d

    Yep. Currently dealing with that. Fingers crossed they'll find an answer eventually 🤞

  • 2ndbreakfastclub

    48d

    Sometimes my hands will randomly go numb- like really numb, for around 10 min or so at a time- or their half numb ans it feels like a tendon from my wrist is preventing movement like trying to clench your fist, it's really painfull and stays for about 10 ish mins or so several times a day, it's wierd

  • sophieluna

    47d

    Yes. So so many

  • PDKB_Angels

    45d

    Quite a few

  • KiwiPlaneDino

    45d

    just random sudden shots of pain. like randomly part of my hip will just spasm into pain for 10 seconds and go away in random parts of my body

  • WiccanWitch

    43d

    Being to sensitive, now I know why but always told bot to be so emotional.

  • SecondChance

    43d

    Yes

  • BeaJay

    43d

    I had a series of vague symptoms from the time I was about 18 years old. I got diagnosed with lots of different things that never really fit or the tests were negative or inconclusive. Then shortly after I turned 39, I thought I had had a stroke. I had just started seeing a new doctor and she sent me for a MRI right away then to a neurologist. The neurologist did more testing and finally I got conclusive results. I had multiple sclerosis. I've been living with my diagnosis for 16 years now. I would never wish MS on anybody but I was so happy to get a name to put on all these vague symptoms.

  • Locien

    43d

    My vertigo and random nausea 😭 Its been a few years

  • DoveCuster

    43d

    I was diagnosed with sle lupus

  • HM74

    43d

    I always wondered why I just couldn't sit still. Or focus on things that weren't my top interests, or why I would NEVER sleep, or why I was such a 'quitter'. I spent a good 10 years agonising over the simple questions of "why am I so weird? Am I broken? Is there something wrong with me?" until I got diagnosed with adhd 😕 then it all made so much more sense.

  • J.ess

    29d

    My heart physically hurts. It feels like it's being rung out like a wet towel while also being punched. But it's not heart burn, nor did they see anything wrong with my heart.

  • I.am.Lucy

    29d

    Yeah for a long long time. Got a name for it after 8years.

  • colacola

    29d

    Yep. Still struggling to figure out the cause of my constant tiredness.

  • Tess123

    29d

    Geneticist and immunologist are game changers!!

  • tigershark98

    28d

    When I was a teenager, I had this pain that would start in the middle of my chest, a bit to the left, then over the course of several minutes would often spread up the left side of my neck and down my left arm. Sometimes, it would spread down my left leg as well. I told a doctor after this had happened many times, and was immediately told “it’s anxiety.” I was naive and believed her, and continued experiencing the pain for a year, eventually realizing that the “it’s anxiety” smelled like bullshit. I then had a Transient Ischemic Attack in my sleep at age 19. I brushed it off as unimportant. Then I began having severe heart palpitations while driving that would last for several minutes straight, “knocked the wind out of me”, and usually caused near-fainting. On one occasion a car was riding my ass when they started, I tried to keep driving but then had to abruptly pull into the ditch, slam the breaks and slumped over the steering wheel the second as I was off the road. I remained slumped over the steering wheel trying to breathe with painful, rapid palpitations for the next several minutes. This happened many times over the course of a year. I brushed it off again because I read that “heart palpitations are harmless” so I didn’t think to worry about it. I found out recently that my QT length on my ECG from the TIA years ago was 441, which isn’t extremely high but is seemingly getting into the abnormal range? My mom has DVT & very high risk of stroke (bloodthinners every day since age 30), my sister has an enlarged heart, Neurocardiogenic Syncope, and other heart issues, mom also had a syncope disorder as a teenager. I had symptoms resembling POTS for years as a teenager, but again had brushed it off as either eating-disorder related or as nothing, especially compared to my sister’s severe syncope disorder that was destroying her life. I have started to think that maybe these events could be connected. Probably something minor, if they are.

  • enjoyskyblue

    28d

    Deep aching pain in my collarbone. No known cause, been there for YEARS, never truly goes away.

  • Keeby

    27d

    Abnormal heart rate ✋

  • Ziggy_B

    27d

    Stomach pains every time I would eat and sometimes randomly but mostly when I ate. I was 10 years old and terrified to eat so I lost a lot of weight and doctors would say I was faking it to get out of school and ended up traumatized from going to hospitals for blood tests and passed out when getting blood drawn, ever since then I pass out every time I have a needle in my arms. It also gave me an ED but yeah.

  • jqlcat

    27d

    I've been having problems with getting my period and I haven't had it in over a year and my doctor literally will not do anything, so I'm forced to like figure out what it could be and I'm thinking pcos. she gave me progesterone one time and it worked for like 5 days then I haven't had my period since

  • Fiddlesticks

    27d

    Ever since I was born really. Still no luck with a lot of things.

  • Lyd

    27d

    Migraines

  • flootloops

    27d

    Joint pain/joint effusion in both knees ...it was because I apparently had parvovirus at some point

  • Foxtail

    27d

    Random sharp pain in one ear canal

  • Yenn

    27d

    Throbbing leg pains down my shins. They feel like bad growing pains, but I’m obvs not growing!!

    • frog_of_destiny

      27d

      this could be a lot of things, but i had the exact same symptoms for years until i got medicated for it, it turned out to be an autoimmune disease in my hip called crmo. i really doubt it’s that because it’s a last case diagnosis, but it could be a bone tumor or something like that? i’m not super sure, but i definetly get what your going through, i literally was having tests done since like 4th grade on my right hip bc of this, it’s absolutely terrible, and i hope you get feeling better!!!! ice works for me, i put it on my hip because that’s the source of the pain, so you could try that? heating pads are also amazing. if you put a pillow between your legs when you sleep at night you can sleep a bit better too i found. this might not work, but take care of yourself, stay safe!!!

  • Maverick_Meza

    26d

    My ability to nearly faint when I try to stand up, which looks bad as a highly competitive martial artist

    • Keisha

      26d

      that sounds like severe anemia, i recommend getting bloodwork done

  • Denotchka

    26d

    Sounds like low blood pressure. Be careful with your liquids and check your blood pressure.

  • str8outtacollagen

    26d

    Ever so often I get an electric shock sensation in my armpits ⚡️

  • Sillymongoose

    26d

    Whenever my heart rate gets too high during cardio (running and hiking up hills are the WORST) I get pain in my shoulder. Not the joint, but the muscle between my neck and shoulder joint above the clavicles. It feels like air bubbles are forcing their way though the fibers of my muscle. No doctor I’ve spoken to about it has heard of that, so I just avoid too much cardio.

  • Keisha

    26d

    joint and muscle pain, as well as a headache in the same spot all the time. my doctors always talk about getting a head scan but to no avail.

    • Keisha

      26d

      i also get cramps on the back of my skull behind my ear, and it feels like my ears also cramp every so often. i’ve told a lot of doctors and specialists about this but no one has an answer for me

  • Olivebutter2236

    24d

    Hypothyroidism has some incredibly strange symptoms sometimes that I never knew were related until I started medicine for it and those weird things went away too. Since your thyroid controls most regulation in your body all sorts of things can get funky.

  • Pixxy

    22d

    Yes everything I go to the Dr.

  • MerlinTheWizard

    22d

    I have headaches all the time. I have no idea what the cause is....stress maybe???

  • avian

    22d

    every symptom of mine is a nightmare 😔 they're all really intermingled with each other and it's impossible to tell what's causing what. i have fibro and ptsd and other stuff that makes it impossible to know where pain comes from or insomnia or just. anything

  • MarVell84

    7d

    Yep loads

  • Ashcookie

    7d

    I feel I do but haven't seen a professional to say this

  • BettyBunnyBoo

    6d

    I have complications with my kidneys, and no one can figure out why. Urologist just told me to drink more water. 😑😭

  • Ashee

    6d

    I can't digest most foods properly.

    • Ashee

      6d

      I also have unexplained severe sensory problems, joint issues (but they don't really dislocate as far as I know.) I have also fainted a few times.

  • Froggo12

    0d

    When I was younger (16-17), in gym and stuff, if I ran or worked out for more than 10 minutes straight my knees would start to pop and shift out of place to the point where I had to hit them to get them back. It happened some in middle school as well but not as bad. I went to multiple doctors and they couldn't figure anything out. It still happens if I run too much up to this day.

  • LilyUnicorn

    0d

    All of my conditions are made ten times worse by my nerve damage in my back. Which they didn't realize until last year. Heart, stomach, back, migraines, esophagus.

  • AlwaysTiredPerson

    0d

    Oh yeah. That's why I'm diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue. They don't know what's going on with me 😥

  • Starsunmoon

    0d

    I get terrible pains in my ribs, it is twice as painful as breaking a bone. All my other issues make it worse, if I’m hungry it comes on, if my IBS flares up it comes on, and I just can’t understand what causes these pains

  • Mysteria

    0d

    Whenever I drink any alcohol I get a deep burning pain in my arms and legs that makes it almsot unbearable and no one has figured out why. At least I’ll stay sober lol

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