I have been on a 3 month long search of trying to figure out what is wrong with me- I've had so many symptoms it's crazy. At first I thought they were all related to stress (I was under a ton of stress and was in a car accident 6 months ago), but now I think something is really wrong. So my symptoms. Tingling fingers, toes, tired, anxiety, acid reflux, don't feel right, sensitive to light, high blood pressure, not sleeping well, there's probably more I'm leaving out. I went to my dr. who sent me to a neurologist, who determined there is nothing wrong with me neurologically. He assumed it was maybe anemia or a vitamin deficiency, but after a blood test neither of those things showed up. What did show up- I had high calcium in my blood. The dr. didnt know much about this and told me to just wait and see if I feel better (I dont). I did my own research and it seems that this may be due to my parathyroid. I am so tired of feeling this way, and tired of no one knowing what is wrong with me. My regular doctor scheduled another blood test in 3 weeks to see if it is the thyroid- so finally getting to my question, if it were you- would you just go see a specialist now? I am so close to just looking up an endocrinologist and seeing if this is the problem, even though I dont know where to start with that. But I dont know if self diagnosing is the best thing, I'm guilty of Googling my symptoms.
This is probably totally obvious to everyone but me, but I can't stop thinking about it and I guess I need to know if I should just chill and wait it out.