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I apologize now for the length but I am experiencing a lot of symptoms and really need some answers so I am going to try and explain them as well as I can.
I am 20 years old and just had a baby 6 months ago. I currently have a Mirena IUD and I am on a low dose of Lexapro. Since I was a little girl I have had problems with severe stomach aches, my mother took me to the doctor but they didn't find anything wrong with me so I have just been battling them ever since. When I had my daughter the stomache problems got worse, I will be constipated one day and have diahrea the next and going to the bathroom is very painful especially since I have to go about 4 times a day. Along with that I have been extremely tired. My family thinks that I have sleep apnea because since I was little I have been a very loud snorer and I stop breathing in the middle of the night. I have also gained weight since I had my baby which makes apnea worse... I just picked up and oxygen monitor so I will find out the answer to that problem but I have all these other symptoms and my doctor tested my thyroid, urine, and a bunch of other things and said that everything is normal, so why am I gaining more pounds each week, having chest and thigh pain both on the left side, I was having chills and my temp. was hovering at 99.8 for over a week, I know that's not that high but what is the reason? Can someone please let me know if they know anything about this or any tests that I should get done? I would really appreciate it.
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