I am sorry for your symptoms.
From your symptom analysis I feel that you may be having an auto immune response.
I will explain further -
When it is working normally, the body's immune system kills germs or viruses and fungi. Sometimes, something goes wrong and the immune system starts to attack own body cells. That is called an autoimmune response. It is what happens in auto immunity. In other words, if you have auto immunity, your body is attacking itself.
Symptoms can be -
Feeling tired or weak
Lose or gain weight
Rash on their nose and cheeks shaped like a butterfly, especially if they spend time in the sun
Joint pain and stiffness
Swelling in the hands, feet, belly, or around the eyes
Urine that looks brown (tea-colored) or foamy
Sores in the mouth
Cold fingers or toes that turn pale or blue
Early morning stiffness and stiffness in the spine or shoulder or pelvic girdles
Even though reports might be normal - auto immunity is so elusive that with high index of suspicion and repeated relentless investigations we would be able to pin point what it is. Requires lot of perseverance both from your end and physician's end.
Your doctor might perform some special tests like antinuclear antibody and anti double stranded DNA, apart from the routine blood test workup.
Treatment includes non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, steroids, immuno-modulatory drugs and biological agents.
May I suggest you discuss this possibility with your primary care physician and get yourself appropriately evaluated and managed please.
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