I feel like something is medically wrong with me but everything comes back fine: Thoughts?

You need to be referred to a rheumatologist, they need to rule out autoimmune disease as many of them can have symptoms like these.

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Antibiotics like amoxillin etc cause you to have a vaginal yeast/uti…etc for few people.
Rest of the symptoms check for panic attacks, migraines…
Check your vit D and thyroid as well.
Elevated WBC could be any infection your body is fighting like could even be a tooth decay…only worry if its too high.

It sounds like anxiety panic attacks they are horrible and makes you feel sick :mask: I have panic disorder and Gad disorder and I have had similar symptoms definitely go to your doc and get checked out again but definitely could be anxiety

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My husband was having symptoms like this and kept going back couldn’t find anything finally found out he had rocky mountain spotted fever

Panic/aniexty… I do it too. My family’s at the point they roll their eyes

Could be your heart, could be signs of a stroke, could be nothing but stress and anxiety. I would call around & find a hospital that offers heart tests or schedule your own appointment with a cardiologist if your insurance will cover it.
You might need a referral, but if nothing else just go rule out heart & artery issues & move on from there.
There’s really no age limit to heart and head issues.

Unfortunately The ER will only treat immediate symptoms, not diagnose “issues” unless you are literally dying at that moment.

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It maybe psychological not physical these sound like an anxiety issue and you should talk to psychologist about it to get checked because it is very serious

This sounds like anxiety to me but I’m not a doctor, what you are having is exactly the same as when I use to suffer from anixety xx

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I was diagnosed for two years for uti.just recently found out I had cyst.

Find a new pcp quit using medicaid to rack up huge ER bills that you’re not responsible for. My PCP sees patients and accepts medicaid so I know there’s some out there. You need to see a pcp so they can rule things out and keep going from there

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It sounds a lot like anxiety. I suffer from it too and those are always my symptoms when my anxiety gets bad.

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Keep fighting to find answers. Keep getting new opinions. I know its exhausting and disappointing and depressing. But women are traditionally misdiagnosed all the time. It could be physical, or emotional or mental, but you deserve an answer. Good luck to you

I was never tested for covid I was sick April 2020. Now seeing a cardiologist. I was called suspected covid but they didnt have enough tests and I wasnt considered severe enough. I’ve had ongoing issues as well. There is a high rate of false negatives in covid testing. Also a theory that o blood types may test negative even when positive. I cant say what is going on but just know many this year have tested negative for covid and had unknown illness. I follow covid groups to connect with others.

Have they tested your thyroid? Your thyroid controls everything in your body. If not I’d have that done.
It also sounds like anxiety.

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How much coffee do you drink?

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Did they check your heart-health? That’s the first thing I thought of with your second sentence.

I would try to find someone else to go to. Could be anxiety, panic attacks did you have your blood tested and run for different deficiencies.

If your getting head aches and heart problems, go to your doctor and ask then to refer you to see a heart specialist, and brain specialist etc could be some thing hiding if they havent tested these things, if your white blood cells are high it indicates a infection but without knowing where the infection is they need to give you really strong ones

Sounds a lot like anxiety. Many people are experiencing this especially after the pandemic. This is what someone who newly experiences anxiety thinks. They think it’s something physically wrong but it’s all psychological. The chest feeling heavy, difficulty breathing, neck hurting are all part of anxiety. Try speaking to a psychiatrist or even a physical therapist who will help relax the muscles that tense up when you’re anxious.

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You need to see someone besides ER they aren’t going to keep investigating they’ll get you fixed up and send you on ur way…

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