Man, you are dealing with a truckload of crap! I'm so sorry. I know it must be hard. I'm not dealing with 1/4 of the symptoms you are and it's hard for me so first, just know you must be a very strong person. I just want to point out I'm not a doctor and of course, can't diagnose you, but from what I've read many of the symptoms you listed are common with several AI diseases. I have learned that auto immune disorders come by the truck-load, and most people have more than one. I think the pivotal thing is that you find at least one or more than one rheumatologist that is willing and able to take on your case. I think you should look into going to a well known hospital wherever you are located. On the east coast here they have great hospitals, but you may need to be willing to travel. I think you should call around and research hospitals/facilities in you area to see who can provide you with the best treatment. We can offer advice and suggestions but ultimately the dr has to diagnose and more importantly find a treatment that works for you. In my opinion, that is the hardest struggle... Not only to receive the diagnoses to even begin the treatment but to find the treatment that can keep the diseases as minimal as possible. Keep us posted on your progress!
Graves Disease 2007, Ceilac's Disease 2008, Lupus 2012.
"Не дай мне Бог сойти с ума."
God, please don't blow my mind. - Aleksandr Pushkin