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Multiple symptoms/weird feeling in back of head

I have a very weird feeling in the back of my head .. i m sick to my stomach.. my neck hurts and my fingers, wrists, toes, knees, ankles hurt sooo bad. Im so fatigued and miserable. My eyes bother me.. ive always had perfect eyesight but now i can barely see anything 10 feet ahead of me. Ive had a thyroid test and it was 0.94... so pretty much in the normal range. I ve had migraines since I got pregnant with my first son. I m 20, 5 9, 125 lbs. I have a 3 year old and a 4 month old. (Both csections) my hair is also falling out but that could be because of just having a baby/ combined with stress. My gp is worthless and doesnt seem to care about anything. I have 2 beautiful kids to take care of and mommys no fun laying in bed sick every day. Btw: ive been this way for about 2 months. Im starting to get depressed because i worry somethings really wrong with me... and leaving my children is my worst fear. Im gonna try and go to my primary tomorrow and get an mri done of my head. I just want to feel better :(
Asked On : Mon, 16 May 2011
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Im also veryyy irritable.. my bf of 6 years and i are no longer getting along. Its hard for him to understand how i feel :( i want my life back.
Answered: Mon, 16 May 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Jitender Chauhan's  Response
Hello, welcome to healthcaremagic. The symptoms you have mentioned are very complex and more information is needed to arrive to any conclusion about your health. I suggest you should visit your doctor at the earliest. You should also try to keep yourself in a positive frame of mind and be cheerfull towards life, atleast for your 2 beautifull kids. They really need a healthy mother to take care of them. Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 21 Jun 2011
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Anesthesiologist Dr. Neetika Soni's  Response
welcome to health care magic,
first of all,don't stress too much ,keep calm,this may be a part of migraine along with cervical spodylosis or rheumatoid arthritis but for an exact diagnosis to be made,you must get properly examined and invetigated by a physician before getting an mri done.
Answered: Tue, 21 Jun 2011
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Psychiatrist Dr. Keerthish Shetty's  Response
The answer to this question lies in understanding the concept of "mind-body" relationship. For example, when someone is appearing for an important examination, he/she may experience palpitations, trembling, sweating, abdominal discomfort, breathing problems and many other physical symptoms. In this case we realize that these problems are due to anxiety in the mind. The same holds good for medically unexplained pains which develops following excessive worrying or stress (whihc is common in depression).

The multiple symptoms (some of them unrelated) should make you think of the possibility of depression which can present with physical problems. A detailed evaluation by a specialist can help you understand your problems and help you overcome them.

Answered: Fri, 24 Jun 2011
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