I first experienced many of the same symptoms you all have described here starting 10 months ago. I have been in the hospital ( in the beginning ) and had many tests performed since then. Except for easily seen "physical" problems like torn rotator cuff, fractured vertebrae, colon damage, neck disk damage, etc...everyone I see now just shakes their heads about what else may be wrong with me in making me feel like I am so sick, haywire feeling, weak, tremoring, unbalanced and nauseous almost daily to the point where I feel like I am going to pass out. Sick feeling beyond description actually. Blood tests in the beginning months ago were negative. Now I am at a point where my PC refuses to do any more tests ( I have asked for retests of internal/immune system after 8 months for the first and only ones. ) and when I call his office in the worst most scary times of my suffering ( maybe once every month or two ) just because I feel I should as a last step before going to an ER I am told to wait until there is an opening, maybe 1 or more days later. I have no choice but to wait and suffer unless I go to an ER. The way doctors manage their patient visit times is in such a way that unless you stumble in and collapse on their floor, usually you just have to wait your turn in line days later. When you are this sick...only you out there no how traumatic and scary and discouraging it feels to know that you are on your own unless you can see a doctor some other way. This leaves you with the option of seeing a Doctors-On-Duty, where again you will have to wait hours sometimes unless you are about to collapse or have already. And the times I have gone to these Doctors-On-Duty they always say my condition looks to be too complicated for them and to go "back" to my own PC or an ER! Then at the ER...even if you have insurance you have big deductibles and if you are not working you just fall deeper into debt by doing this $500 act. And on top of this ( at least in my experience ) every doctor now just acts so short, even irritated when I walk in the door. Like "here comes the over-exaggerating hypo chondriac." The Local ER doc even says..."Oh, it's you again. Upset stomach again? Weird unexplained pains, feelings, nausea?Lets give you some morphine and atavan and let you lay here for two hours and then you can go home, okay?" But Doctor, this isn't just an upset tummy, I can't even explain to you how bad, weak, sick, painful and scared I feel. I feel like I am being constantly poisoned inside and my whole body feels massively sick? "Hmmm. let's do a blood test, urine test, maybe even a stomach Xray. And if nothing comes up...as is usually the case with you, I'm sorry but there's nothing more we can do for you." Oh, how encouraging and thoughtful. I am in my mid-fifties. Worked all my life, raised a family, kept the straight and narrow. I have NEVER gone to doctors pleading for help like I am now. I NEVER went to ER's in such distress...and I have never felt so disturbingly sick as I do now. Nor have I ever felt so humiliated. This isn't slight nausea, slight discomfort in my intestinal tract or just not feeling right. I know what that feels like. This feels like a complete body poisoning all over, inside and out. I cannot explain all the scary, haywire, almost passing out things I feel. Heart jumping, bladder urges, joint pain, nausea, wincing pains, chills and shakes and tremors, etc. etc. and an instinctual feeling that everything is going all at once. Off balnce, weak legs, I don't care if you are a tough guy man or woman...it's enough to bring you to tears! Many of you know what I am talking about. The combination of an entire body collapsing, several times a day feeling like this along with knowing that you are more and more being shunted aside medically and you have almost no credibility with doctors and facilites that are purposely booked, harried and downplaying like this...is devastating. I hate our medical system. Because I have never been like this in my 50+ years, suffered like this...and to not be taken seriously and having everyone so booked that they can't deal with you unless you pass out....just makes me believe that our system of medical care is insanely misguided, humiliating and mistreating in too many ways.