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I need help with diagnoses, i have been sick for 4 plus months. My symptoms have been diverse, the doctor i have seen so far have diagnosed me with chronic fatigue however fatigue is not my dominant symptom.
4 months ago i had a big night out and had a panic attack. 2 days after i felt like my liver was getting bigger and i couldn't breath.
After this i got a fever, fatigue, swollen inguinal glands, and feelings of waves going throughout my body.
This phase lasted about 2 weeks, went to doctors many times who didnt know what it was. One idea was maybe EBV.
Now i have still fatigue in relapses sometimes, very blurry vision a lot of the time, occasional crashes including anxiety if i have not been healthy, my muscles twitch or pulsate and all my glands are going up and down all the time, particularly on my right side. Inguinal, glands in neck, next to ears, armpit.
I have developed lumps sometimes in my ankles that go away. Sometimes i feel completely fine, sometimes really bad crashe


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replied August 4th, 2015
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Conditions that can present with recurrent episodic fever (or elevated body temperature), fatigue, enlarged lymph nodes, palpitations could be due to - autoimmune conditions, endocrine disorders like hyperthyroidism, infectious mononucleosis, viral infections, chronic granulomatous conditions (like - tuberculosis, sarcoidosis, brucellosis, etc) and many others.

Hence It is more likely that your symptoms could be due to chronic medical conditions, which can be determined only after proper physical examination, evaluation of your medical history and and a few diagnostic tests.

Please consult a doctor (Specialist in Internal Medicine) who can give you proper opinion.
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