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    Feel so sick....
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    An_250429 posted:
    I was dx in '11 after trying to figure out the symptoms I was having. Itching, flu symptoms, chronic pain, exhaustion. But the doctors say my labs and biopsy don't show them that I am sick enough to have these symptoms. They said to wait on treatment. Now (2/13) I feel sick more and more often and the pain becomes unbearable at times. Any ideas?
     
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    oldtiff47 responded:
    I AM SURE IT IS HARD BUT TRY TO TRUST THEM...ASK THEM WHAT YOU CAN DO TO FEEL BETTER.

    TIFF
    DON'T TAKE YOUR ORGANS TO HEAVEN...HEAVEN KNOWS WE NEED THEM HERE !!
     
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    2bnlitend responded:
    If you've been to just one or two docs, get another opinion; then if that still indicates no relation to your 11 diagnosis, look into what other issue may be causing these symptoms? This is what I'd do and just for the record I am no where close to being medically trained so this is the best I can do.


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