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I have a number of medical conditions and I'm wondering if there's a chance they're related?

1. Fatigue
2. Frequent infections (3 times per year)
3. Constant sinus infections
4. Easily broken bones (over 30 fractures, most aren't from activities or injuries that would typically cause a fracture).
5. Muscle/bone deformity of feet
6. Certain ligament/tendon abnormalities (over 60 sprains)
7. Allergies
8. Skin reacts to friction (welts/hives)
9. Unusual drug reactions and interactions, only one life-threatening
10. Adverse reactions to certain foods
11. Unexplained bone and joint pain (been tested for arthritis, negative)
12. Headaches

Is there anything that would explain these symptoms/conditions, or do I just have a lot of unrelated health issues?
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replied March 20th, 2013
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Hi kmoore82...If I were you I would have a complete work up done at Mayo Clinic or some specialized hospital where you could get a complete work up done for your problem...I hope you can check this out...Take care...
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replied March 21st, 2013
I've been up there once before when I was a child. They found an enlarged pituitary gland, and a couple allergies, but that was before a number of these issues cropped up. I was having pretty bad headaches because of the pituitary gland, which they helped with.

I would just like to be able to say 'I have X', instead of 'I have a, b, c, d, e...x, y, and z' = ) Treatment options might become more streamlined, which would also be nice.
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