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Throat infection, weakness, chills, twitches, back pain, nausea, increased heart beats, anxiety, depression, hypothyroidism. Solution?

I have had multiple viruses infections etc in the last 6 mos the last one started off as a throat infection and ended up having mastitis now I have another infection started off in the throat severe pain to my muscles weakness chills twitches back pain and now I m just feeling exhausted nauseated heart beats with any physical exertion I have anxiety depression and hypothyroidism my mother and twin both have fibromyalgia , myositis and arthritis My mom also has MVP among many other diagnosis I m tired of being in pain sick weak and exhausted
Tue, 21 Jan 2020
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Hi,

1. please get yourself a through blood evaluation done through a good national lab.
2. Go for a Blood pressure charting done at different times of a day through 01 week. and share.
3. Also evaluate the HBa1c level for diabetes check.
4. Also try to get the thyroid levels regulated through medication and repeated blood evaluation. it takes time to get settled to a stable level.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Naveen Kesarwani, Dentist
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Throat infection, weakness, chills, twitches, back pain, nausea, increased heart beats, anxiety, depression, hypothyroidism. Solution?

Hi, 1. please get yourself a through blood evaluation done through a good national lab. 2. Go for a Blood pressure charting done at different times of a day through 01 week. and share. 3. Also evaluate the HBa1c level for diabetes check. 4. Also try to get the thyroid levels regulated through medication and repeated blood evaluation. it takes time to get settled to a stable level. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Naveen Kesarwani, Dentist