Im 30 a year old male. For the past two years I have been having crazy symptoms, new ones coming along often. I have been worked up by emergency rooms only on several occasions.
The worst symptom, and the one I am having the hardest time dealing with, is a daily lightheadedness. It is not dizziness, because there is no false sense of movement, so not vertigo. Instead, I feel like I am in a huge mental fog. My vision is blurry I guess, though I would not describe it like that. It almost feels like I have no clear peripheral vision. Its not gone, its just not clear. My field of view is very narrow and pretty much limited to the exact point I am looking at. HOWEVER...sometimes it is extremely bad and comes with a general feeling of dysphoria, it almost feels like I am on the brink of psychosis because nothing seems real. It also feels like I could be passing out at any moment, and like I said, its so intense that I feel like screaming because I am going to pass out. Then a few hours later, it is back to where I dont even think about it, so there is definitely varying degrees.
Thats my main symptom. It feels worse after I am at work for about an hour, and then I have a pretty intense hour or so worth of it and then it starts to ease up. I feel best at night, until bed time. When I lay down for a little while, I start to get this strange feeling like a headrush and another different kind of "bad" feeling in my body. We have a fan in the bedroom, while Im laying there, sound will sporadically get louder for literally one second and then go back, kind of like my ears are popping but they arent, it is worse after activity right before I go to sleep, if you know what I mean.
I have a pain in my lower left neck, that switches between right below my left collarbone, and my thyroid area. I have had 2 ultrasounds and a CT scan in my neck and thyroid, both negative. This is a daily pain, and the muscle that comes down and connects your neck to you collarbone in the center is bigger on the left side and always seems to be tense.
I have sporadic tingling in my right calf and muscle spasms in my back. When I work out and I am push heavy weight, my facial muscles twitch and move uncontrollably.
I have lipomas, literally about 70 throughout my body, mainly on my forearms and chest, on the left top side of my ribs and now some on the right. I have about 5 quarter sized ones on my back.
I had a heart attack 6 years ago from coronary spasm, no blockages. Only time that has happened, kind of a freak thing.
About 6 months ago, I went through a week of random kidney failure. Biopsy came back clean, no reason was ever figured out.
Sitting at my computer the other day, then out of the blue, i lost hearing in my left ear, and had ringing in my right that gradually got louder. It lasted all of 2 seconds and then it stopped.
My memory is terrible the past couple of months, I have a hard time remembering words and names espically, though I have been taking Suboxone for about 7 months so it may be the reason.
My heart rate gets down to around 40 when I sleep, every time Im in the hospital, the machine wakes me up if I doze off because an alarm goes off.
Ok, now on to how I don't help the situation. I smoke, though I am down to 4 cigs a day. I am rarely thirsty, so my fluid intake consists of an energy drink twice a day and the occasional chugged bottle of water because I feel like it helps. I JUST started exersizing again, but before that I didn't do anything except for sit at the computer. I am trying to fix my self, but I cant help but think something deeper is wrong. Any advice?