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Hello , I am posting here as a last resort since I am simply fed up , tired, depressed you name it. A few months ago I started feeling alot of pain in my lower left quadrant very dull though at which time I experienced a massive gout attack and started experiencing ringing and whooshing in my ears. As soon as the gout attack hit me I also started experiencing strange sensations in my feet and legs which I now know resembles neuropathy, rls, cramping sorry it's very difficult to describe. A few weeks after I still experienced the tinnitus, feelings in feet and legs but also started seeing alot of foam in my urine and blood pressure started fluctuating between 130 to 156. This really scared me so I began my journey trying to get to the bottom of this visiting specialist after specialist I have seen neurologists where nerve conduction where results were normal, CT scan of neck and vertebra which was also fine, initially they diagnosed RLS but this soon didn't make sense since I don't feel an urge to move my legs. The blood tests then followed checking kidney function, liver function and autoimmune disease tests and everything came back within limits except for a little blood in my urine and high white blood cell count. I am feeling more depressed and anxious every day and am struggling to sleep as this is really worrying me. Another strange thing I noticed out of pure coincidence is my blood has an extremely metal smell to it , happened to notice this when I had a small cut on my nose. I am now seeing happenedlogist as have been referred to ensure veins in legs are normal and there is no hardening. Please I need help and advice !


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replied July 19th, 2019
Kidney Conditions Answer A65127
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
Your symptoms are consistent with anxiety disorder.
I would suggest you risperidone and beta blockers.
Consultation with psychiatrist will be much helpful.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan


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