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Unexplained welts, restlessness during sleep, tiredness, tremors, facial twitching. Normal urine and blood tests. Cause?

Hi, I have been experiencing a mixture of symptons for quite some time now. They are : * unexplained bruising that starts as a welt * restlessness during sleep * always tired, even after sleeping (although fitfully) for several hours * hives like rashes , break outs occur anywhere on at my body at any time * shaky vague feelings, with hot flushes, where I have to sit down and eat something sugary. If I m at home when this occurs I eat sugar straight from the jar. * occasional sharp electric shock type stabbing pain in the left hand side of my neck, which jolts my head painfully. * occasional twitch in my face * uncontrollable itching all over my body, usually occurring during the night, most often when I am asleep. I have been to see several doctors and had several urine and blood tests, which have always came back normal. It s driving me crazy because I believe there is something wrong with me but no doctor I ve seen has been able to find a problem!! Please help!! Thank you so much :) I m not sure if it makes a difference as blood tests brought back nothing, but in 2005 I had Idiopathic Thrombocytapenia Purpura which required a platelet transfusion, cytomegalovirus , and was found to have positive serology for Lupus SLE.
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Hi endless ! After reading the problem that you have written. Thrombo, lupus, and other auto immune disease made your condition worst, now what to do if rashes, ask doctor for steroid and antiallergy like cetrizine. Don't over use steroid. Did you check yourself for diabetes as you eating sugar for energy, and itching at night are you anemic at present. And dear ! Try to keep yourself calm. Apply calamine lotion on wound if itching then healing cream. Do keep searching on net for new treatment for autoimmune disease. Recover soon ! bye.
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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