- CASE FILE
I have been in intense burning pain 24/7 for 2 years with multiple systems malfunctioning going from dr to dr with no relief or good answers
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
I have struggled with overall body pain, fatigue, and debilitating migraines for 7 years. The rheumatologist I was seeing, told me that the overall body pain and fatigue was fibromyalgia. But in March of 2017, I had an incredibly sharp pain in my left shoulder, and from that point on is where my life has been on a total downward spiral as far as the medical mystery goes. I was passed from doctor to doctor and then physical therapy and a neurosurgeon, all debating if something was wrong with my shoulder or my neck. I was in excruciating pain the entire time. Then in November, I had gotten some blood work done, that showed my IGA level was very high. Right after this, I had an accident where a piece of coffee cup lodged into my foot. I went to the ER to have it removed. My foot kept hurting instead of feeling better. Long story short. Now I am in a wheelchair and can’t walk. With diagnosis of CRPS. Right after the foot accident I had a ear cleaning in December of 2017. My ear was jabbed very hard by one of the techs. It is still burning and swelling every day. As far as my other systems, in January 2018 my allergic system started to go haywire. Then my digestive system followed. I am at 98 pounds right now, in a wheelchair, in so much pain 24 hours a day, and none of the doctors I see really have accurate answers for me. I am very hot all the time like there must be some kind of infection I am fighting off. My last blood tests showed high IGA and high B cells. I have also had extremely painful and erratic cycles since this all happened. My back pain is getting worse and worse My neck pain is also getting worse, and I am feeling numbness more often in my hands. I am hoping maybe this could be a chance for someone to put all of these pieces together. I have tried every nerve medicine and not had any relief from this burning pain. I have also had multiple types of antidepressant therapies. I just think there is more going on here than one CRPS diagnosis perhaps.