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I think I might have an auto-immune problem, have been

I think I might have an auto-immune problem, have been tested pretty extensively for neurological problem with no abnormal results or concrete diagnosis. I've been tested, diagnosed, or checked for hemiplegic migraines, fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome, low blood sugar/hypothyroidism, pre-diabetes, and strokes/seizures; none of these are actually likely to be my issue and the last three were tested and came back false.

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