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Yes, very helpful. About ten years ago I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and Nueropathy, the last being a real bitch. I know sugars and refined carbs are no nos, and I don't drink sodas. But do drink coffee, teas, smoke, and even chew nicorette gum, which I have just learned both have fluoride. Talk about bringing ya down quick! To think this is my doing! So, I'm wanting to detox as best as possible, and figure out how much fluoride to take daily to compensate for chemicals in my body that might not remove, or very quickly. I may be slightly detoxing now, I think I mentioned my nose being drippy, and a few other symptoms. And I haven't hardly begun, lol. But the better my health is, the better I feel, the better life will be, and that is a goal worth suffering for. Thanks again!
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Have you had a smart meter installed recently? Could you be EMF (Electro Magnetic Frequency) sensitive? This includes cell and cordless phones, Wifi, proximity to cell phone towers and smart meters.

Symptoms of EMF sensitivity include ringing ears, disturbed sleep, fatigue, headache, dizziness, nausea, heart palpitations/arrythmias, high blood pressure, blurred vision, burning skin and swelling to name a few.

[link to www.rense.com]
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I'm really hoping someone can shine some light on me. I've seen every doctor under the sun and not one has any idea what's wrong with me.
Below is a list of my symptoms and Drs I've seen.

Whole body tingles, its like a freezing feeling (numb) it feels almost like my body stops for a slight second but functional 

Bad headaches by my temples and mostly in the back of my head shooting down my neck. Feeling really stiff. Lots of pressure. 

Very dizzy - like I'm on a boat. Sometimes it's really difficult to focus

Stabbing feeling in my stomach
Top left of my stomach
Lower part of my stomach 

Urinating frequently

Constant diarrhea, i go to the bathroom sometimes 3-8 times a day

Night sweats 

Nauseous / loss of appetite 

Constant fatigue 

Shortness of breath

Chest is a little tight 

Ears will ring every so often. 
Sometimes my hearing seems very hollow. I can hear a million noises then it'll hollow out into a ringing noise. It's almost as if it's selective hearing. I can't hear anything around me but that hollow ringing sound. 
My right ear has pains in it every so often.
It feels like I have water in my ears all the time, Especially when I bend down.

I twitch a lot in my sleep and a little when I'm awake. Sometimes have hand tremors 

Ever since I can remember I always had slight stomach problems (nausea). 

Mid July I started feeling funny. I was having night sweets for several weeks prior the many symptoms explained above. 
The beginning of the strange symptoms started when I had a very important photoshoot. I  Woke up really nauseous with a horrible pressure headache. I thought it was a stomach bug for a couple days but it didnt go away the  figured it might be stress bc I have a lot going on with work and my personal life.  
It lasted for 3 weeks before I decided to go to the doctor. 

I went to Medemerge and the dr told me it was stress and gave me anti-depression medication. 
I took it for 8 days and the symptoms were still there sooo nauseous and horrible pressure headaches. 

Went back to the dr and saw a dr that I was more comfortable with. 
He didn't have much to say but ran lots of blood tests then suggested that I see a GI or neurologist. 

Went to the GI and he suggested I get an endoscopy. Only thing that showed up was inflammation in my stomach and when the biopsies came back he requested that I go for a colonoscopy for crohns. I decided to get blood taken for crohns - results negative. 

Had a ultra sound done one my upper abdomen for Blatter problems - result negative. 

Saw an ENT for vertigo result negative

Went to an optometrist. 
Stems and everything is normal.

Last straw - neurologist.
Put me on Paxil for 12 days got really sick from it and switched to lexipro - was on that for 5 weeks dizziness seemed to subside a bit but would come back. 

Neurologist was out of answers bc I still feel like crap and  still dizzy n nauseous. He took me off of it.
Gave me a emg to test for nerve damage bc I was having hand tremors result negative.  

Last resort was to see a highly recommended interal medicine dr. In Bocca Florida (this guy is curing freaking cancer - hell def know what's wrong with me so I thought). He took 25 vials of blood. Couple things showed up... Low testostorone and low vitamin b and d.
Still not sure why i am always dizzy with stomach pains.
I've been taking all the vitamins requested and testostorone... Still feel shitty.

Someone please help me... I can't take living like this anymore. Does this sound like anything that anyone has head of? Please help.
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DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON ANY MORE "DOCTORS" YOU HAVE CELIAC DISEASE ALONG WITH ADRENAL FATIGUE. PLEASE GOOGLE SEARCH BOTH TERMS FOR STARTERS AND GET READY FOR A MAJOR LIFE CHANGE OR YOU WILL NEVER FEEL BETTER AND GET WORSE. IT'S A LONG ROAD BUT BELIEVE ME I AM 100% CERTAIN, I'VE HAD THE SAME PROBLEMS AS WELL AS COUNTLESS OTHERS. DO NOT WASTE ANOTHER MINUTE FEELING THIS WAY, GET OFF BREADS AND GLUTEN IMMEDIATLY AND GET FOOD ALLERGY TESTS DONE!! PLEASE...
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Sounds like ulcerative colitis and possibly c. difficul as well. Very nasty and both are starting to run together it seems.
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I have all those same symptoms, even the hand tremors. Thing is I'm only 44 and former athlete,,,but seems like I'm dying off very slowly too.

I did find out that I have the above. The c. Difficul is very hard to eradicate from your gut, and it can eventually kill a person who goes untreated.

Now the latest is a blood clot in my leg and poor circulation...hoo boy feel like an old geezer ready to croak. Good luck and take my suggestion it sounds like what I have.
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What a bunch of retarded advice here. With the symptoms listed and short hx given, I would advise you to go get 2 tests done immediately, since both the endoscopy/colonoscopy were not definitive...Ask your doctor to order a chest/abdomen/pelvis CT and an MRI of your Brain. These 2 tests will be greatly diagnostic in finding the problem since its obvious its not directly GI related but causing you problems there and all over.

tingling/numbing/headaches/dizziness/ear problems/shooting pains makes me think its neurologic in nature.
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You are changing DNA like many if not all of us, it is normal and your body is telling you to stop eating dead and unhealthy foods. Dead food is: Pork, Beef, Lamb etc. If you must eat meat then Chicken is better and lighter. Fish is better. Eat vegetables and fruits instead of Coke, Pepsi, too many sugar sweet/cakes and the like for it is junks.

Ringing in ear, I get it all the time, annoying isn't it?, like crackling radio and ringing high pitch. That normal also for this world is shifting in it grand triplicity universal glory.

Perhap reading Dolores Cannon books which I'd very much recommend would be an excellent read.

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Would agree with you except for one thing- chicken in today's markets are all LOADED with growth hormones. If you eat chicken, buy organic ones only from a local supplier that you know for a fact have never been injected with chemicals.
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Lymes disease. Even if tested by a regular doctor/lab the tests are notorious to come back as a false negative. Look up a LLMD Lymes literate M.D. And you will learn a lot. Lymes can have over 100 symptoms & mimics MS, lupus, and many other diseases. Short rounds of antibiotics will NOT cure it. Only holistic MD's treat it properly, main stream physicians do not recognize late stage Lymes or chronic Lymes. It's a miserable disease, it will destroy your body & life if not taken care of. I showed up positive after having it for more than 4 years, and my dr thinks it's all in my head despite the positive test & other + tests. It's a money maker, look at how many tests you've been through. Numerous blood tests, MRI's, CT's, sonograms, EMG's... I'm going through it all too, look it up online. There are resources out there - look into it.
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Web search 'turn the corner foundation', dr. Scott Taylor DVM, Dr. Kenneth Singleton (lymedoc.com I think), dr. Joseph Jemsek - this is a start. Lymes is an epidemic more prevent than aids & under reported. The East Coast is swamped with Lymes disease, I was shocked.

It's worth looking into.
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my husband has the same thing- the headaches, fatigue, stomach issues, foggy mind all seem to occur at the sane time. he is currently on testim gel for abnormally low testosterone. he is scheduled to see my endocrinologist and hopefully they will run some more tests on him. one issue of low testosterone can be caused by pituitary tumor and while I am in no way diagnosing my husband - I am not a medical practitioner or in the medical field. my suggestion to you is to see an endocrinologist to see if there is an imbalance in your adrenal glands, pituitary or even thyroid! I don't know if you've gone that route at all yet. I'm sorry for your severe symptoms and hope you're able to find the cause of your symptoms! I believe in natural whole health and it might also do you some good to see a kinesiologist as well !
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diverticulitis?
my father had it...
almost turned into sepsis........
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Me t0 but m 19 years 0ld and | had th|s same |*r0blem s|nce | was 7 years 0ld every d0c sa|d s0meth|ng d|fferent | f|nally t0ld my m0m and my husband |f | ever hear an0ther d0c say |ts sameth|ng 0ther there w0uld be less |*e0|*le 0n earth but |ts s0unds l|ke a tubel |*renacy u need an ultra s0und f0r that bc that wht ha|*|*ened t0 my ste|* m0m
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Me t0 but m 19 years 0ld and | had th|s same |*r0blem s|nce | was 7 years 0ld every d0c sa|d s0meth|ng d|fferent | f|nally t0ld my m0m and my husband |f | ever hear an0ther d0c say |ts sameth|ng 0ther there w0uld be less |*e0|*le 0n earth but |ts s0unds l|ke a tubel |*renacy u need an ultra s0und f0r that bc that wht ha|*|*ened t0 my ste|* m0m
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Colitis is known to cause frequent trips to the bathroom.
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Did OP ever get diagnosed?
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Might want to give Coen flower a go.

link to mnhopkins.blogspot.se
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Sorry, link did not copy. Here it is.


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You need to see a healer. These are symptoms of the M.E Virus.

Natural remedies and healing techniques will help to relieve these types of problems. GPs know very little about your symptoms.
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Interesting. Perhaps related to allergy, but perhaps not. the vertigo could be from a vestibular problem, ear crackling, vertigo, nausea, all point to vestibular. vestibular issues can be VERY hard to detect.... U should see a Neuro-O-tologist. Sounds like u could have a strange virus. Also get checked for Lymes.
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I'm really hoping someone can shine some light on me. I've seen every doctor under the sun and not one has any idea what's wrong with me.
Below is a list of my symptoms and Drs I've seen.

Whole body tingles, its like a freezing feeling (numb) it feels almost like my body stops for a slight second but functional 

Bad headaches by my temples and mostly in the back of my head shooting down my neck. Feeling really stiff. Lots of pressure. 

Very dizzy - like I'm on a boat. Sometimes it's really difficult to focus

Stabbing feeling in my stomach
Top left of my stomach
Lower part of my stomach 

Urinating frequently

Constant diarrhea, i go to the bathroom sometimes 3-8 times a day

Night sweats 

Nauseous / loss of appetite 

Constant fatigue 

Shortness of breath

Chest is a little tight 

Ears will ring every so often. 
Sometimes my hearing seems very hollow. I can hear a million noises then it'll hollow out into a ringing noise. It's almost as if it's selective hearing. I can't hear anything around me but that hollow ringing sound. 
My right ear has pains in it every so often.
It feels like I have water in my ears all the time, Especially when I bend down.

I twitch a lot in my sleep and a little when I'm awake. Sometimes have hand tremors 

Ever since I can remember I always had slight stomach problems (nausea). 

Mid July I started feeling funny. I was having night sweets for several weeks prior the many symptoms explained above. 
The beginning of the strange symptoms started when I had a very important photoshoot. I  Woke up really nauseous with a horrible pressure headache. I thought it was a stomach bug for a couple days but it didnt go away the  figured it might be stress bc I have a lot going on with work and my personal life.  
It lasted for 3 weeks before I decided to go to the doctor. 

I went to Medemerge and the dr told me it was stress and gave me anti-depression medication. 
I took it for 8 days and the symptoms were still there sooo nauseous and horrible pressure headaches. 

Went back to the dr and saw a dr that I was more comfortable with. 
He didn't have much to say but ran lots of blood tests then suggested that I see a GI or neurologist. 

Went to the GI and he suggested I get an endoscopy. Only thing that showed up was inflammation in my stomach and when the biopsies came back he requested that I go for a colonoscopy for crohns. I decided to get blood taken for crohns - results negative. 

Had a ultra sound done one my upper abdomen for Blatter problems - result negative. 

Saw an ENT for vertigo result negative

Went to an optometrist. 
Stems and everything is normal.

Last straw - neurologist.
Put me on Paxil for 12 days got really sick from it and switched to lexipro - was on that for 5 weeks dizziness seemed to subside a bit but would come back. 

Neurologist was out of answers bc I still feel like crap and  still dizzy n nauseous. He took me off of it.
Gave me a emg to test for nerve damage bc I was having hand tremors result negative.  

Last resort was to see a highly recommended interal medicine dr. In Bocca Florida (this guy is curing freaking cancer - hell def know what's wrong with me so I thought). He took 25 vials of blood. Couple things showed up... Low testostorone and low vitamin b and d.
Still not sure why i am always dizzy with stomach pains.
I've been taking all the vitamins requested and testostorone... Still feel shitty.

Someone please help me... I can't take living like this anymore. Does this sound like anything that anyone has head of? Please help.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1023123


You're not alone op. a friend and I have been suffering from the same symptoms for a while too. I'm still not sleeping.

I have been to the hospital twice, cat scans, blood tests, piss tests, ecgs, X-rays the lot. Still no answer as to what it is.

Our symptoms are identical and other people online have been claiming the same is happening to them. Any progress?
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Diet soda, Coke Zero in particular caused vertigo with me for 3 days. I quit drinking it and it went away.

I'd cut way back on sugar, alcohol and coffee. Thats what I've done. Meat and vegtables should be ok. Fruit is probably ok. Make sure you get enough calcium, magnesium and D.
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sounds like a calling to me.

Or as someone else said, spiritual awakening symptoms.
But i would regard this as a branch off awakening symptoms.

you will be bed ridden if you ignore this sign, and it could even kill you.

Been their done that, it sucks!

Figure out what it is your ment to be doing and do it.

I think you'll find all your problems will disappear.

Having tried every doctor under the sun and have no results tend to indicate that it is an energetic occurrence.
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