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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by barikay: 4:24pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
the guarantee of life is in Christ. Locate salvation ministry and a part of next week prayers. I assure u your creator will take your burden from u

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Nobody: 4:26pm On Jul 02
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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Great4God: 4:27pm On Jul 02
@OP, I feel your situation, I have not passed through such but how I survived the last quarter of 2016 is still a miracle for me, I experienced so many health challenges, to be honest with you, I could not remember how it all started, I was constantly having headache, body pains, hotness of the body, some movement like ant around my body, so many strange symptoms,I was terrified, I went for every possible test you can think of,I kept repeating HIV test almost every week,I went for every test that has to do with infection,I took so many self medication when I thought the one given to me in the hospital was not working,I kept googling every symptom,every natural medicine, I was taking, any night I sleep for one hour was a privilege to me,my BP was hitting close to 200/110,I thought I was gonna die any of the night.It was horrible for me,I suffered alone as I couldn't even explain my sickness to anyone. I knew what people pass through when they say they are depressed,life was not having any meaning to me, I took black seed,I took honey,my tongue was biting, I cant explain, My mind was messed up. BUT one day I took a decision

I discarded ALL the drugs I was taking, I took hold of my mind, I utilized autosuggestion to bring life back to my self, I stopped thinking of any symptoms, I stopped dwelling on them, I stopped giving them a thought, I was taking more of water and fruits, I consciously decided to work on my mind, I got hold of it,the less I gave those things thought,I discovered that most of those symptoms started disappearing,I just discovered that I was gradually getting back my self,the hotness stopped, the moving object stopped,the biting tongue stoped,I started getting normal again

Sometimes,the psychology around sickness is what really kill, so work on your self, you have been feeding so much chemical to your system, that might be your problem

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Praktikals(m): 4:27pm On Jul 02
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked


Don't worry, It will become positive soon then you won't have to visit labs weekly.
Acursed yeebo man. May you test positive to HIV
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by barristerzinny: 4:29pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
go to Scoan p

rophet t.b joshua with faith and receive your healing get the morning water. sickness is a spiritual stuff okay. you are healed in jesus christ name amen

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by gatiano(m): 4:31pm On Jul 02
Where are you from? I mean home town. What is your diet like? How many times in a day do you eat? If you don't list your regular food for a week. It may simply be allergy.


CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by CrescentMoon(m): 4:31pm On Jul 02
Marvel1206:
What is your genotype?

AA
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by CrescentMoon(m): 4:33pm On Jul 02
thorpido:
Sorry.Some guys up there have given you useful advice
It's obvious your immune system is down and you need to build it.Stop abusing antibiotics.
I don't know if you have ever done a blood culture test.What is your genotype?

Go to a teaching hospital to see a rheumatologist.

AA. Blood group : O
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by jadajada: 4:33pm On Jul 02
orbgoblin:
Sorry about what you've been through. But from what I read so far, your health anxiety has turned you into a hypochondriac. I'm sure if you were given a placebo intravenously you will feel well. All I can say is its all in your mind and you will have to purge your mind of the fear of your health status. As far as I am concerned you've taken too much antibiotics between 2007 and now. It's possible that you have messed up your natural bacteria flora and you need to rebuild a fresh colony of friendly bacteria in your system. You can start by taking probiotics or good quality yogurt And see if there are any improvements. I could be wrong though as I am not a doctor but it still is worth a try. Good luck, best wishes!!!
Pls, what type of probiotics or natural yogurt can u recommend that one can get?
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by olajide21: 4:34pm On Jul 02
ThatFairGuy:
If you are intrested in Islamic medication, ask for HABBATU SAUDAH seed... It will be very helpful

He could also get black see oil. Habatul Saudah otherwise know as black seed could be tried.

Rather than take so much medications, you can add a lot of fruits and vegetables to your meals. Check for natural foods with antibiotics ability, natural fruits with anti inflammatory, body detoxifiers etc. They've got no side effects and would do you a lot of good.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Pidgin2(f): 4:34pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.


Your outlook towards life is terrible, are you the only one who falls sick often? It seems you are a loner if not you would know that others suffer worse


Hell hole is in your heart friend. Now, boil water and use to massage your back with a towel for four days, morning and evening, your back pain will be gone by God's grace

I pray God heals you

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by juman(m): 4:36pm On Jul 02
Hmmmm

See doctor.
Go and do series of tests again, but do it two or three places to compare the results.

It seems like your way of life and the foods you take are the source of the problems.
Daily, drink a lot of water. I mean so much water.
Try to study foods that are good for your body. Streamline your food intakes to those foods.

Also your lifestyle is important. Try to know what suit you.
You should know that you take too much types of medication.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by mecussey(m): 4:37pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.

TBJ said some sicknesses are curse and needs deliverance. Mine is malaria every 2wks, I go hospital tire and decided to forget about the symptoms. Whenever i feel sick, i will go drink beer and go to work and treat the malaria anytime i willingly wishes. Nonesense sickness
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by cbkingbeatz(m): 4:38pm On Jul 02
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked

I can only imagine your disappointment going weekly for HIV tests and it is still negative.


Don't worry,
It will become positive soon then you won't have to visit labs weekly.
MUMU angry angry

Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by teshiem: 4:38pm On Jul 02
bros. The medication is too much. It's hampering your bodies ability to fight diseases.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by CrescentMoon(m): 4:39pm On Jul 02
ivolt:
@CrescentMoon
What is your genotype ?
I am assuming you are AA and not SS.

You should stop taking all drugs, visit a specialist
hospital and explain your symptoms.

I will advice you get an immunodeficiency test(not HIV).
Also change your environment if possible.

You can also limit your diet and watch out for changes in your system
as you re-introduce the foods.

AA. Blood group: O
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Nobody: 4:42pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
. My advice for you is to go and start listening to messages from men of God and start acting your faith please always mind your language and your thought concernig what you are passing through right now. God bless you YOU WILL NOT DIE

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by CrescentMoon(m): 4:43pm On Jul 02
AreaFada2:
Bro sorry for you predicament but seek proper medical care. Have you done simple Full Blood Count test?

Any sickle cell issues in your family? I guess unlikely but always good to know your status. Good knowing that your HIV status is negative.

You may be abusing medication if you are taking them so often without prescription. Using antibiotics anyhow is a no-no.

Then seek neurological & pain management care.

Results from FBC last month all showed excellent conditions.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by aAK1(m): 4:43pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
your case sounds just like what i went trough. the solution was a total lifestyle change.
first i let go of the drugs(antibiotics especially) switched to herbs, stoped drinking just any kind of water,(bottled water only) washed every fruit with salt, slept on time etc and by Gods grace i am back in form

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Praktikals(m): 4:43pm On Jul 02
OKWUSIGO:
If u can do push-up especially with one arm just 2 ,and 2 of the other,
Haha, which kain advice be dis na? You wan add dislocation to his predicaments abeg.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Ajicold(f): 4:44pm On Jul 02
connectpoint:



ignore dat guy...i dnt know whose more stup8d, the likes of Sarrki and him i can't choose between them
his So Annoying
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by monerozi5590(m): 4:44pm On Jul 02
Mine is stomach discomfort.
I have been having this discomfort since 2005.
Don't know what to do again.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by hettetatattam(m): 4:44pm On Jul 02
Secretario:
Don't give up

If everyone is to list there problem, you will think yours is a blessing.

First, stop taking ciprofloxacin, you are building the bacteria with too much immune, no drug may work again.

Solution : Go to a clinic and Run a test to ascertain the strain of bacteria, what you are doing is blind medication.
Check for typhoid, though Cipro should have helped but you abused it.

Second : you are taking too much drugs, you need a lifestyle change and a Ned diet and nutrition regime.
I doubt if you take fruit, I don't mean orange juice.

Third, for that ulcer, take a litre of water everyday from tomorrow, water is punishment when you are not thirsty but you need to dilute the HCL in your stomach.

Fourth, for that herniated disc, you need to start pelvic floor exercise and try acupuncture too.
Get someone who can massage your back.
Change the height of your chair and stop sitting for long.

Five: Your brain may be having a signal problem especially with a nerve and it is sending pain signal as a sort of comfort. Sometimes our neurons send wrong signal.
Some people actually find comfort in pain
Change your lifestyle again and see a neurologist.

Six: You have to be happy, and be positive. If you add depression to your pain, you will die sooner.

Read this post on depression and solutions
Before you think of giving up, remember this about depression


Disclaimer : this is my opinion
Lalasticlala, Mynd44

thanks mehn.... I think UV said it all.....
every medicine is a potential poison.... u need to cleans ur body from those chems and as advised, change of life style
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by hettetatattam(m): 4:45pm On Jul 02
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked

I can only imagine your disappointment going weekly for HIV tests and it is still negative.


Don't worry,
It will become positive soon then you won't have to visit labs weekly.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by nefertitiram: 4:46pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.

I think you are a hypochondriac if you get better within minutes of self medicating. Please see a shrink

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by CrescentMoon(m): 4:46pm On Jul 02
breakeven:
Have you checked your genotype? You may be an SS you know.

I'm AA
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by hettetatattam(m): 4:47pm On Jul 02
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked

I can only imagine your disappointment going weekly for HIV tests and it is still negative.


Don't worry,
It will become positive soon then you won't have to visit labs weekly.

ur case is different..... u think u are funny kwo?
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by thorpido(m): 4:47pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:


AA. Blood group : O
Blood group AA will make you susceptible to malaria.Nevertheless, if your immune system is built up,you won't have malaria often.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Marvel1206: 4:47pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:


AA
It's obvious that your immune system is weak.. You need to change the food you eat, change your lifestyle
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by CrescentMoon(m): 4:48pm On Jul 02
Sterope:
Crescentmoon, You are yet to mention the prognosis of a doctor of one of the teaching hospitals in the country.


Specialist at OAU teaching hospital asked me to undergo some tests including thyroid function. They are too costly and can't do it.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Boldstar(m): 4:49pm On Jul 02
OP, I think with all your descriptions, Its either you are immunocompromised or have psychological issues with relation to your health. One think that won't help you is the self medication you have been doing. Do not take malaria medicines until you have done MP test and it's positive. Also, do not take ANY antibiotic until you've done your culture tests and specified antibiotics were recommended for you to take in the case of a positive MCS result.


If your issue is psychological, placebo treatments and psychological therapy will solve your problem. If your issue is either immunosuppression or being immunocompromised, it is very pertinent that you get to the root cause.

So I recommend you go see a doctor where full blown checkup will be recommended. The tests you might be recommended to do might include but not limited to FBC, ESR, HIV, Hepatitis B and C, VDRL, E/U/Cr, LFT, Thyroid Function Test, Lipid Profile, blood culture, urine culture, stool culture, Fasting Blood Sugar and/or HBA1C, AFB for TB, Xray, Abdominopelvic Ultrasound, and PSA (if you're above 35)

So go to a good hospital and see a doctor and a psychologist

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