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Unusual Symptoms: chest pain, diarrhea, amenorrhea, nausea,fatigue

Hi, I've had these symptoms for quite awhile now. I have secondary amenorrhea that I have not had checked with the GP yet. I'm tired all the time and recently I have diarrhea. I tried eating very plain foods but with no resolution. I still have my appetite but sometimes feel abit nauseous after eating. Also in the last few days I have a pain in the left side of my chest along my sternum. I am very active and fit but recently my performance has dropped. I'm definitely not pregnant and don't know what's going on. I'd appreciate some help or advice. I will be seeing a GP but I would just like to know what to expect.
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Compression of the Left Renal Vein Nutcracker Syndrome) can cause the same problems such as Left Side Chest Pain, Fatigue, Diarrhea, Nausea, and many other problems. Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome (MALS) can also cause some of these problems as well. Just a couple of ideas as I know most doctors have never heard of these conditions so they are rarely diagnosed.
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Hyperthyroidism comes to mind. The most common cause of hyperthyroidism is an autoimmune disease called Graves disease.
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