No diagnosis, need help deciding what to do next
There's a common pattern observed, in many situations like yours,
that points to a possibility of underlying pathogenic infections.
HHV-6, Mycoplasma, Babesia, Ehrlichia, Bartonella, Borellia infections,
which are extremely difficult to detect using standard testing methods.
When most comprehensive standard tests yield negative results, and
a constantly increasing list of symptoms - most inexplicable- to my opinion, this is a red flag.
Systemic infectious conditions, initially target the most vulnerable organs and systems, usually following events that contribute to lowered immunity. Significant emotional and physical stress, accidents and injuries,
surgeries, other illness, etc could be responsible for the onset of all this!
Check with Dr. Nicolson, here in this community, till Dec.6.
He's available to answer A/I related questions in regards to such underlying
The good news is that should you indeed have an underlying pathogenic
infectious condition, it is treatable! (with the appropriate prescribed treatment and a relatively strong immune system)
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