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I always have headache and body ache despite having normal blood report. What should i do ?

I'm turning 15 this december. I'm a Girl. I've always had headaces Hi, I m turning 15 this December. I m a Girl. I ve always had headaces, there just like a part of me now. Somtimes there are just there, dull pain. Then they can suddenlly become really painfull for just a second or even a few minutes. I ve gotten so used to it that I ve learned to block it, but its still there. As a toddler I couldn t stand light but its gone now. There is always pain somewhere, in my arms, legs, neck or belly/ribs/ chest . And always being in pain makes me not notice when I hurt myself, and I cant judge how painfull it is becouse for me its all the same. Lately my hair is starting to fall out, and its really bad when I m cleaning it. Sometimes I get these really annoying pain in my legs that keep me up at night. I m out of breath after the simpelest tasks like walking up the stairs but I m in normal weight (50kg) I have friends at the same age that are alot heavyer and they don t have this problem. I breath rather heavily, but that is probably becouse I always have a clogged nose. Sometimes I have bloddy noses, its become rather often lately. I m almost always tierd, my attention is starting to wonder more easily, cousing my grades to worsen,mostly Math. I mess up letters and numbers but that may just be dylexia.I also mess up sometimes when I m talking. I often forget things and put things on the wrong places (like the phone in the fridge) I dont have any appertite, it started a few years ago. And I feel like I m always full, but I still eat, it just makes me feel really noseus. I m often noseus but its worse after I eat. I have a real problem swallowing meat and bread, it s like the food is taking forever to slide down and its really uncomfortable, sometimes painfull. When it first started to hurt it was only bread and my chest hurt alot, but it dosen t hurt as much now. I had a blood test once, but it came out normal. It only showed that I had an virus, that I didnt even notice. I hope I m not forgetting anything. I really would love an professional oppinion on this becourse my mother wont take me to the doctor and to live like this is no fun. I want the pain to go away.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Feb 2011
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the recurrent headache you are having looks more like tension headache due to stress. but i cant rule out migraine. it would be migraine if it is one sided, if it gets triggered by coffee, loud noise, etc.

but i think you are stressing yourself too much. the hair fall could be due to stress and tension.

i would advise you to consult a physician and get some tests done like complete blood test etc to rule out anaemia, and other tests for probable diagnosis like migarine for headache, achlasia as you have difficulty to swallow etc.

if all the tests come out negative then you will have to get treated for anxiousness which will help relieve you of your stress. have a good balanced diet of fruits and vegetable. exercise regularly and try not to worry too much.

i hope i have answered your question.

take care

Answered: Fri, 12 Aug 2011
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