I ordered all old blood tests ever done. I did know I have had yersinia enterocolitica antibodies 2003, when psychiatric ran the test. She did write me referral to endo , but I never heard from that.
Today I received the results of blood tests done before 2003 and found out I have had yersinia enterocolitica antibodies so high 1993 that it was considered recent infection. Funny tho, no one ever told me, nor my parents. At that time I had bad infection in my knee and ended up having high fever every second month. For years I was on antibiotics and the last course 1997 for sepsis finally cured my knee.
Having antibodies for that long, according to one doctor means one has autoimmune issues. Well... I cannot link that answer here as it is in Finnish, probably more in English but I only needed to find that one to confirm it. That doctor also said in cases like this tests should be run as long as antibodies are found, that patient should be closely monitored. Yeah sure, none of the doctors I have seen has anything to say about that!
This cannot be a coincidence.
I have no idea whether I still have yersinia enterocolitica antibodies, but during those 10 years the damage done might explain why I do not get better.
This information does not cure me, but makes me feel a bit better, there has been nothing I could have done, this is not something I did to myself. Maybe all those antibiotics for knee infection prevented me to fight Yersinia Enterocolitica. My stool test 2015 revealed my microbiota never bounced back from antibiotics taken 15 years ago! I am now doing my best to fix the situation, but as I have been ill for so long I do not think it is possible for me to recover naturally.
Just wanted to share this with you. For me knowing the reason for my health issues is sort of a big deal, I can be merciful towards myself and continue fixing myself step by step until I find a good doctor understanding these things.