I'm hoping someone can help me.....for years I have had many varying symptoms but believe there is a root to it all that doctors may be overlooking. I would love suggestions for what I should demand the doctor's test me for instead of having to go through so many years not knowing.
Car accident. Hospital said no whiplash - LIE, no external injuries. TMJ and headaches continuously since then.
Enlarged lymph nodes for a year, inconclusive biopsy and ultrasound results on my throat, nothing abnormal with endoscopy. Lymph nodes in neck visibly continue to flare up for extended periods until today
Heart palpatations (put on heart monitor for a day with nothing concerning to doctors), digestion issues, colonoscopy with no abnormal results
Diagnosed with HPV, regular check ups every 3-6 months begins
Mono - debilitatied for a few months, extreme vitamin C doses and 'Body Talk' sessions got me back on track
Confirmation of High Grade Dysplasia, precancerous lesion on cervix per biopsy
LEEP performed resulting in a couple of normal pap results
Abnormal pap results again. March, hospitalized for half a week for Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, platelet count of 12,000, enlarged Spleen with Epstein Barr. Results for Lupus, Hepatitis C and HIV came back negative. Treated with a couple of massive doses of steriods. They 'think' it was caused by CMV, but I think there is something more to this, steming from my years of enlarged lymph nodes. I had my platelet count +108 in 7 months with hot yoga, cleaner diet and ionic foot detoxes.
Iron Deficiency (10) and low Vitamin-B but platelet count up to 160,000. Digestive issues. 2 nodes discovered on Pancreas during ultrasound. Throat lymph nodes still feel enlgarged
Has anyone had similar symptoms and been able to treat the root of the issue? I'm very concerned that doctors are overlooking that I'm holistic and they're treating me bit by bit instead of looking at the big picture, though I have repeatedly told them my history. They seem to dismiss anything serious just because I'm relatively young woman (30) and 'appear' to be in good health...clearly all is not what it seems - the purpura taught me that
Two things off the top of my head - have you had a mercury challenge test? Mercury & B appear to be linked. Second thought - Lyme Disease. If you haven't been tested be sure to get the test at Indexx. It makes a huge difference to accuracy of results. Other tests have a 60% false negative rate.