I've been ill and in pain for nearly a month now, and have had nausea, vomiting, lightheadedness, fainting fits, and cramps that feel a bit like period cramps. On top of that for about two weeks I was unable to eat very much at all, and have lost a stone in the space of just over two weeks. Luckily my appetite has come back now and the vomiting has gone, but I'm still incredibly worried and would love some advice.
I was seen by paramedics when my flatmate called 999 after I collapsed in the shower a while ago. I saw my doctor the next day and she gave me a little check up but found nothing out of the ordinary, and my bloods a while later came back as normal, but they haven't followed up on me?
I've now come home from uni and am unsure about re-registering with my home GP surgery, because I feel that I'll have to explain all that's been going on and get the same check ups all over again. I need to get a doctors letter for my university soon, and I don't quite know who to go to about getting that sorted (especially since its a private service at the surgeries)
I really just want to know what the hell is wrong with me, and why I still feel awful nearly a month after this all started. I can't be expected to miraculously get better overnight.
I'm even worried about being at home alone in case I pass out or fall and hurt myself. Still feel so weak and full of aches and pains and my head is killing me.
Please I'd really appreciate some help right now.