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Losing weight, sores on arm, concentration difficulty, weakness and twitching hands. Proper diagnosis?

Hi About a year ago I starting losing weight. Thought it was just that I had started running again. But suddenly I began to get sores on my arms, neck & shoulders. Concentrating became difficult and I would get easily distracted. I also couldnt sleep and could stay up for days on end after closing my eyes for 5 minutes Thn suddenly I felt very week one day and couldn t get out of bed - almost like it was a really bad flu I then went from running 5 minute kms for up to 10km 3 days prior to barely being able to breathe whilst walking to the kitchen I would get a heavyness in my chest and found it difficult to sometime lay on my side or back After some rest (2-4 months) of plodding around the house, renovating and not going to work The doctors said it was probably anxiety but the psych disagrees I could breath normally but still cant run I cant put the weight back on and keey loosing I am not taking any meds Now I am coughing up a hard phlegm 4 times daily which is yellow/black green - no cough though I also het a lot of twitches in y right hand and leg. Brusing very easily and gets sck easily - partifularly throat
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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In your case there is a variety of symptoms which may be related to a wide range of disease.
I think you should have in the first instance a blood test, with full blood count, electrolytes, liver and kidney function and thyroid hormone levels.
Then you should see your Gp to further discuss your symptoms in order to address to a possible diagnosis.
Answered: Thu, 11 Jul 2013
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