I had major heart attack, active thyroid, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, bronchitis. What’s wrong with me?
Iam a female, 56 years of age. My medical history is lengthy, but here goes, November 2004, major heart attack, stent fitted, left with angina and only 3 chambers in the heart working, approx 4 to 6 months later after complaining of severe fatigue, bloods showed a TH level of 98.6, diagnosis, under active thyroid. 12 months later diagnosed with chronic Fibromyalgia, 2 years later diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, recently diagnosed with diverticulitis.
Presently being treated for bronchitis and flu like symptoms and sores to the face which is treated with a steroid cream, as it is dry and very itchy.
Why am I not getting better, my thyroid dose has been increased and I take vitamin D every day, iron tablets 3 times a day as iron levels came back at 15, I’m on my second lot of anti biotic and still have the flu like symptoms and the chronic fatigue, whats wrong with me?
the hormonal and other physiological changes that are occuring to you due to the age factor,are causing the problems. You seem to be having a generalised low immunity ,that is why you have been having so many problems recently. Increasing your immunity is the only solution to this.
THE MAJOR HEART ATTACK HAS CAUSED YOUR BODY PRONE TO OTHER DISEASES. THE FLU LIKE SYMPTOMS MAY NOT BE SHOWING SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT IF THE ORGANISMS ARE RESISTANT. TRY CHANGING THE ANTIBIOTIC. TAKE IMMUNE BOSTERS.
ANTI INFLAMMATORY TABLETS WILL HELP
you seem to have a below par immunity causing the organs to be prone to mild variations in the environment. eat healthy food,dry fruits and green leafy vegetables . for weakness,you can take intramuscular multivitamin shots or these can be taken through iv fluids