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Possible melanoma? Lupus?

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Hi I have been very sick the past 10 months. With symptoms like thyroid gland pain, joint inflammation. nausea. bowel changes, sensitive abdomen and sides, back pain, abdominal pain, hair loss, severe headaches, fullness in neck and behind ears.. neck, vision changes, oral health decline, itchiness, skin color lightening on face & thighs, new black and puss colored mole on back..I am only 19 years old. I have been to just about every type of specialist known to man. Now has tested for cancer though. I am being tested for lupus though.. With the development of this new mole I am very scared that I have metastasized melanoma... please help. what tests do I need to ask to be done? I don't wanna die...
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replied March 28th, 2016
it seems that you may be having a severe anxiety disorder which is making you think that common aches and pains could be a form of cancer.

it is unlikely that all the doctors whom you have visited might not have taken your symptoms seriously.

If a physical examination and diagnostic tests have failed to reveal anything abnormal, then it is unlikely that you have any serious medical issues.

Hence it would be better if you can consult a psychiatrist and seek proper counselling and behavior modification to help you get over your fears about having cancer, and also help you lead a proper functioning and productive life.

I hope this helps.


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