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29 year old female is anemic with sedrate level 79 and c reactive is 29 with no infection. What kind of tests are preferable ?

I am 29 yrs old. female My sedrate levels are 79, c reactives is 29, and I am anemic . They have tested me for Lupus, athritis, hiv , aids , all heps, vaculitus, chest xray, cat scan and mri of the brain. I have been on tons of different antibotics, this last round was ampicillin 4 times a day. They can t find infection so why am I on antibotics. The doctor does not seem to know whats going on... Could you please advise me what I should be getting tested for?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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hello dear.. it will best for you to consult an homeopath.. its called as psycosomatic disease.. u wil get all the test results negative.. but still the body is not healthy. u can consult a homeopath ... it will b in best interest for you .. god bless..
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