Hello~Some ladies are sick after their pregnancy, at least for awhile, so maybe your doctors are correct. How long has it been since you had your baby?
This could be hormonal as well, I would try some "Bio-identical" Progesterone cream, you can get it at any good health food store and some pharmacies. This helps with post-partum sickness and other issues and is completely safe.
I hope you feel better soon.
Not sure that cream is completely safe -- it has a whole lot of stuff in it besides the lab-produced progesterone cream, a lot of additives. I wouldn't use it without consulting my ob-gyn. If it's not a hormonal problem or if it is, if this woman is breast-feeding care is necessary. There are a lot of ways to naturally impact hormones, the creams can be very useful for some, but again, they do generally have a lot of additives in them if they have the synthetic hormones in them that makes them work. Although these hormones are generally derived from the Mexican Wild Yam, they are altered in the lab. I'm not saying they shouldn't be used, many have success with them, but with a newborn and breast-feeding, I would advise more care than for others. As for getting your own blood tests, there's a problem with that as well -- what are you going to ask the lab to look for? I know finding a good doc is hard, but blood testing labs only look for what you ask them to look for.
I know you don't want to hear this but I have said in many posts to you that your issues seem psychological in nature. Our bodies WILL react to anxiety and mental health issues in a physiological way. Couple your intense and extreme anxiety and perhaps Somatic Symptom Disorder with a pregnancy and how your body feels strange and all sorts of things feel just 'wrong' and it is very difficult. Please read this and tell me what you think. https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/somatic_symptom_disorder#1
I still believe what I wrote to you earlier. You had the issue of possible mold investigated, correct? Once that was eliminated as a source, then you have to look at either your immune system being weak due to things like being tired or other reasons, etc. (NO, not from HIV) and also if this is a psychological matter. If you address this possibly with a psychiatrist, what if you started to feel better? At the very least you'd be able to discuss the great anxiety you always feel about your health? so, that's really all anyone here can say. You have been to lots of doctors. We aren't going to know something different than them. I feel really bad that YOU feel bad. I hope you can figure out the source even if it is psychological so you can start working on it and be a good mama to your little baby without feeling ill. I really wish you the best of luck!