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1 20th December 06:36
tickyul
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Default DIAGNOSIS HELP(follow up) (diet anemia headache throat arthritis)


Here is a little more information to give
everyone more help in diagnosing(yes I am working with a doctor but
all input is welcome)my problem(see post below).The blood test showed
abnormalities.


wbc=3.4 L normal=4-11
lymphs=.71 L normal 1-3.4

Doctor diagnosed me as haveing anemia and
leukopenia.Also The tests showed a slightly elevated glucose
level(137).
Well that is about it for now.Feel free to email me
or post here ALL input is welcome.
tickyul@netzero.net

I am a 37 year old male who has had a lot of weird health problems
over the past 12 years and would like to take another crack at getting
it resolved.Anyone feel free to take a crack,but please this is not a
joke so try to be serious.I eat a good diet and am 5'7 and 165 lbs.I
have not been diagnosed with anything serious as of present and take 0
meds.Here are some test that I have had
done,rbc=low,sgpt=elevated(high on 2
tests),ekg=normal,catscan=normal,rhuematoid arthritis
emzyme=normal,gastric emptying=normal,bp=115/80,pulse=80.
Here are the problems I have: fatigue,weak legs,breathing is hard
after minor exertion,the skin on my face dries out and flakes around
my upper lip and lips crack,gum peel,mental confusion,last blood test
showed a real low rbc count(have not had it rechecked),headache if I
do hard exercize,occasionaly I can see blood on my stool/toilet
paper(I have a small hemmerhoid),my eyes are really bloodshot upon
rising in the morning,constant ringing in ears,sore throat,slow
healing after minor bruising/injury.
Here is the confusing part.If I take a strong
vitamin the problems get better.Taking a potent multivitamin in no way
resolves the problems but it is the difference between functioning at
a mediocre level with,or at a unsatisfactory level without.
Thank you for any help you can provide!

feel free to email me
tickyul@netzero.net
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2 20th December 06:36
larry brash
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These are very minor reductions in white cells. Unlikely to cause symptoms and not diagnostic of anything. Occasional monitoring would be worthwhile.


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3 20th December 06:36
dave bird
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In article<3c95cf47.0402021844.49e7be5b@posting.googl e.com>, anon
<tickyul@netzero.net> writes:

This confuses the hell out of me. It may not be psychiatric-linked
even if the outcome includes some confusion.


I think the haemorrhoid is the haemorrhoid is the haemorrhoid
and indicates nothing else. Next?


So in general your symptoms divide into (a) fatigue and weakness,
(b) lowered immunity, (c) tinnitus and mental confusion.

Sorry, could be almost anything. Could be scurvy, for instance.

which one?


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4 20th December 06:36
nora grøndal
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One should always get the thyroid tests done too. Really normal TSH is
from 0,8-1,6.
Thyroid antibodies and celiac tests too.
Ferritin and hemoglobin.
Possibly other autoimmune things.
I am just a patient myself and usually at alt.support.thyroid (hence the
answer about thyroid)
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5 20th December 06:37
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6 22nd December 08:45
larry brash
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These are very minor reductions in white cells. Unlikely to cause symptoms and not diagnostic of anything. Occasional monitoring would be worthwhile.


Larry
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7 22nd December 08:46
dave bird
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In article<3c95cf47.0402021844.49e7be5b@posting.googl e.com>, anon
<tickyul@netzero.net> writes:

This confuses the hell out of me. It may not be psychiatric-linked
even if the outcome includes some confusion.


I think the haemorrhoid is the haemorrhoid is the haemorrhoid
and indicates nothing else. Next?


So in general your symptoms divide into (a) fatigue and weakness,
(b) lowered immunity, (c) tinnitus and mental confusion.

Sorry, could be almost anything. Could be scurvy, for instance.

which one?


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keyboards would eventually type the works of Shakespeare, _(---)_
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8 22nd December 08:46
nora grøndal
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One should always get the thyroid tests done too. Really normal TSH is
from 0,8-1,6.
Thyroid antibodies and celiac tests too.
Ferritin and hemoglobin.
Possibly other autoimmune things.
I am just a patient myself and usually at alt.support.thyroid (hence the
answer about thyroid)
nora
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