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duchenne muscular dystrophy or cardial achalasia?

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Hi I'm 24 years old male I've been getting this uncomfortable sensation all over my body... I feel my hands and feet cold almost all the time, pressure on my abdomen and cramps, my arms and legs hurts, uncomfortable feeling in my chest, mostly all the time difficulty to breath, when it gets worse (every night almost) I just feel harder to breath, the pressure on my abdomen, tingling feeling on my chest and arms, pain in my arms and legs and same uncomfortable feeling in my chest. I've been checked by many specialist including: cardiologist, gastroenterologist, neumonologist, hematologist. So far the results are: mitral valve prolapse, conduction problem in the right branch of the bundle of his, pulmonar hyperinflation. The last doctor I went to was neumonologist and he said that I might have 2 possible things: duchenne muscular dystrophy or cardial achalasia. Even tho the symptoms I have everyday are more than that I think.... I really don't know what to do... I feel extremely tired al


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replied March 14th, 2014
Chest Pain Answer A46256
Thank you for asking!
you have extreme low BMI of 14 a condition called severe cachexia and all the symptoms are explained by that from cold extremities to tingling and dyspnea etc. Acchalasia can be managed with ballon dilation or myomectomies. Duchennes muscular dystrophies is a muscle wasting condition.Seek a neurologist for that. But right now your main concern is you weight and extreme lowering of it is responsible for all the discomforts. You need diet plan and a nutritionist and a lot of care. I am sorry for your extremely critical condition but that is all i have for you. Focus on weight, Fix the acchalasia with any measure suitable and get some weight. Even cancer patients are overweight than you.
Take care


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