Hello everyone! I'm confused!

Hello!

I'm glad that people with similar problems are connected in society and I'm very happy that I found this place!

My situation is complicated, but almost 7 years I suffer from chronic pain all over my body. Hundrets of doctor's visits and no result. 8 years ago I was treated with interferon for hepatitis infection. The resuls after that treatment was good on paper (negative pcri tests), but I developed a lot of chronic problems, and I'm still in pain. Headaches, sinusitis, neuropathy, arthritis, pain in the chest area, the neck, neck limph nodes pain, pain in the lymph nodes around my loins /do not know the right word/, and so on ... I start to think that i am crazy, because the doctors keep telling me that everithing is ok. There was a period when i start to take antidepressants because of my suicide thoughts. But everything was because of the pain. So recently i found this forum, and despite my doctor said that chlamidia is only transient and it cant be part of my problems, I've decided to do some test. Where I live, the only test wich is available is  C.pn. - IgGi titer. My result was 126 /nor.22/ and i started to think that it is posible causer of my problems. Even I sent blood samples to Germany to test it again with IgA six months later. Today my tests came back to me and the result is IgA 192 /norm.22/ and IgG >500 /norm.22/. 

What can i do? Here I can't find educated doctor wich can cooperate. What do you think? Is it a chronic infection?

PS: Sorry for my language, thank you in advance!

You're in Bulgaria? 

Can anyone refer Nikolay to a physician, please?

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

Nikolay, was the test not done through your GP?  Surely he should be treating you...............Sarah

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MSi in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

Thank you both, for the response. I'm from Bulgaria, yes. Unfortunately my GP is able to prescribe treatment for flu only. I had consultation with microbiologist from the National Center for Infectious Deseases and he told me that this type of bacteria is very hard to diagnose and treat, literally impossible and that he doesn'n think that i have it in chronic form. But my antibody responses, and my simptoms tells me that he is wrong. The only thing that I can do is to start self-treatment :/

C.pn. -  IgA 192 /norm.22/; IgGi >500 /norm.22/ - 06.10.2015

Hey …

Some may think that you have a wonderful GP. GPs in general would say that they have no treatment for flu (I suppose that they could give Tamiflu). Your GP seems to only treat flu. God help any of his patients if they have anything else but flu! Weird.

Many people here on these pages have just come to accept the reality that health services are just not set up to treat a whole host of illnesses; whether that be Lyme, Chronic Fatigue, CPni or many other. Many (like myself) just crack on and do the treatment in the hope of getting well.

Smile

G.

“Don't believe everything you read on the internet.”

―    Abraham Lincoln<

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