I had an MRI no contrast of the brain and it came back normal. I had an ANA, creatinine, TSH, T4, and Ra blood tests. They all came back normal!!
I'm yawning all the time and need naps throughout the day, my hair is falling out all the time, I keep dropping things, I can't handle written or verbal instructions, I keep making grammatical, stylistic, or vocabulary mistakes and can't spot them. It's so hard to read or write. I used to sing a lot (classical style), and my range got all the way to the G above High C. I was getting really good!! Now, I can't even practice! My range has shrunk, my voice sounds like a kitchen garbage disposal system.
I'd make mistakes when I talk, like mixing up words, forgetting words, not saying what I mean, etc.. I can't understand what people are telling me if they're talking in long sentences. Literally, I'm sometimes stuck with only being able to understand one-part instructions. I have a 145 IQ, straight A student, 1450/1600 SAT score.
While I took my SAT, I lost the ability to read instructions; I made mistakes like writing 33.3 on the math grid-in instead of 3.33 or .333, I didn't understand what the math questions were asking about!
When I got home from the SAT test, I peed my pants and got pee all over my shoes, the floor, and my socks. I'm confused much of the time when I have these flares, but then I'll be perfect for a few days.
My legal guardian and psychiatrist keep saying "Oh, it's stress!" But this has been going on since before June of 2016! It's NOT stress, but it could be triggered by stress!
I get muscle pains and joint pains. The joint pains switch from joint to joint. For example, one day it's my knees, then it's my right hip joint, then my knuckles, then my finger joints, then my elbows... My biceps/triceps feel like they're burning sometimes to the point when I can't even wash my own hair and my legs burn to the point where I feel like I can't stand up.
What's wrong with me!? I was going to apply to a conservatory during my freshman year of college, take lots of literature and history courses, and go hiking or bicycling! Now.... I honestly debated whether I should apply to colleges!
My genetic test says I have a 1.25x higher risk of developing Lupus or Scleroderma(?) I think that's what the second disease is.