My symptoms:Fatty liver LQT, wheat/diary/egg/yeast allergies, fatigue, obesity,hernia apnea BP.What do I have?

July 2nd, 2011 by Emily

Question: My symptoms:Fatty liver LQT, wheat/diary/egg/yeast allergies, fatigue, obesity,hernia apnea BP.What do I have?
My symptoms:Fatty liver disease, LQT and ?ischemia, wheat/diary/egg/yeast/tomato allergies, fatigue, obesity, navil hernia, sleep apnea, high BP, vaginal itch, sleep problems, eczema on head, ears ?infection all the time, lump in left arm pit and left vagina, aches esp knees and back, breathing difficulties, thinning hair, bloated, wake up worse in morning, falling asleep at 4pm cant drive then, dizzy, poor short term memory, depression after anxiety, pins and needles in both hands and right leg/foot when asleep chest pains and shortage of breath.What do I have?

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Answer by Mommabear
A number of your symptoms can be attributed to the obesity: fatty liver, fatigue,sleep apnea, high BP, leg aches, breathing problems. How is your blood sugar and cholesterol? If you also have irregular periods, it’s doable you have Metabolic Syndrome aka insulin resistance syndrome.

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One Comment on “My symptoms:Fatty liver LQT, wheat/diary/egg/yeast allergies, fatigue, obesity,hernia apnea BP.What do I have?”

  1. Pammie says:

    Sounds like sever depression. You may also have allergies to some foods but depression can also cause rejection of these foods. Are you eating right. Often times people who are depressed can not force themselves to eat. As a result the body will loss hair etc. Also generalized aches and pains can be caused by depression. Depression causes many problems within the body. Often times the victim can not eat, sleep, has poor attention span, is irritable etc. Anxiety is another condition that goes hand in hand with depression. It can and often will cause high bloop pressure, fatigue, chest pains and shortness of breath as well as setting on pins and needles. There is help. See your doctor about the antidepressant medications (SSRI’s) and ask for some Ativan. SSRI will help with both depression and anxiety but they often take several weeks to start working. Ativan can help with the anxiety which should also help lower your blood pressure etc. Also ask for a sleep aid called ambien to get your sleep back on track. Do not be embarrassed about this condition 1 in 4 people experience depression at some point in their lives and 1 in 5 will have a major anxiety disorder at some point. Meds can really help. There is no reason to live with this disorder if you don’t have to.

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