This is Dr. David
you have many different symptoms here.
they don't seem to be related.
it doesn't sound like you have seen a doctor about these symptoms yet.
you need blood test to check for blood counts, thyroid levels, red cells which can cause fatigue.
do you have excessive anxiety symptoms? this can cause nausea, dizziness, chest pressure, no appetite and many other symptoms as well
illness of the kidneys and adrenal glands are rare and unlikely to be causing your symptoms.
you could have strained muscles in your back
are you overweight? this can put more pressure on your back muscles and spine.
your symptoms don't sound like it is from an infection.
antibiotics would not help.
you being overweight can cause strain on your back muscles and slipped disks in your lower back which can cause back pain.
you can get blood tests of your kidneys, and ultrasound scans of your kidneys, but most likely they are normal.
you could be having a small kidney stone as well which can cause pain in that area. an ultrasound can check for small kidney stones.
your antidepression medications are to help decrease your anxiety symptoms. without them your anxiety symptoms would be worse.
your prior normal kidney ultrasounds doesn't mean you don't have a kidney stone now.
what is not my subject.
antidepressants should not be affecting your vision and you have stopped taking them
as we all get older, our vision can get worse
your anxiety symptoms are not being controlled since you are not taking the antidepressant. that is why your doctor is referring you to see a psychiatrist.
you could have a pinched nerve in your lower back causing the pain, even if your osteopath says you are fine. you need a proper MRI scan of your lower back to see the spine and disks and nerves. that is why your doctor is sending you to a neurologist.
you have this strange pain in your lower back over a kidney area.
you say you can't sit down or lay down on your back.
but your back is fine.
have you had an MRI scan of your lower back?
pins and needles in your hands can be from a pinched nerve in your neck or from excessive anxiety symptoms
heat beats in your head is from excessive anxiety
you should get an MRI scan of your neck
and also start to take your antidepressant medication to help decrease your anxiety symptoms.
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