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I have selective antibody deficiency, hashimotos, fibromyalgia, pmdd, high blood pressure, asthma, & gerd. Now I have restless legs. Any ideas?
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Dr. Charles Glassman
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Multiple symptoms
You can;t separate physical disorders and/or symptoms from lifestyle.
However, from your symptom complex, it would not surprise me if there are lifestyle choices you are making that are not supportive of you getting rid of some of these ailments. You are in control more than you think and it is taking a look at what you can change and what you must look to medical science to help you with.

In brief: Multiple symptoms
You can;t separate physical disorders and/or symptoms from lifestyle.
However, from your symptom complex, it would not surprise me if there are lifestyle choices you are making that are not supportive of you getting rid of some of these ailments. You are in control more than you think and it is taking a look at what you can change and what you must look to medical science to help you with.
Dr. Charles Glassman
Dr. Charles Glassman
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Dr. Steven Machtinger
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Lifestyle change
Low impact exercise like walking or spinning will lower weight and blood pressure.
Lower weight helps fibromyalgia, gerd & restless legs. Less gerd helps control asthma.

In brief: Lifestyle change
Low impact exercise like walking or spinning will lower weight and blood pressure.
Lower weight helps fibromyalgia, gerd & restless legs. Less gerd helps control asthma.
Dr. Steven Machtinger
Dr. Steven Machtinger
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes
You need to establish with an excellent primary care provider who can coordinate your various ailments by treating the one's he or she is capable and comfortable treating as well as referring you to the appropriate specialists to treat the various in-depth disease you do have.
It all starts with a good primary care provider. Accept nothing less!

In brief: Yes
You need to establish with an excellent primary care provider who can coordinate your various ailments by treating the one's he or she is capable and comfortable treating as well as referring you to the appropriate specialists to treat the various in-depth disease you do have.
It all starts with a good primary care provider. Accept nothing less!
Dr. Jack Mutnick
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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