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Loss of appetite, muscle wasting, joint pain, tingling in feet, reddish spots on the body. What is wrong?

Hi my name is Cheryl I have been going through this for 3 months and been to emergency 16 times the finally sent me to an internal medicine doctor who is still trying to figure this all out I am scared because I don t want to feel like this anymore the symptoms are loss of appetite , muscle wasting,loss of weight, joint pain,tigly feeling in hands and feet ,red palms,brown and red dots appearing on body and face, diareaha and bad metalic taste in mouth they have done tons of blood work that keep coming back negative but I know something is wrong and need help I have a 7 year old daughter who is depending on me I really hope u can help me please I am so scared
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Hello. I think you must do your sugar levels and thyroid hormones checked. I also advise to do hepatitis tests. It can b hyperthyroidism or diabetes type 2. Good take care of yourself.
Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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