This is weird and your insights could help in leading to or ruling out a differentiatial diagnosis. Most of my symptoms started progressively at the right side of my body only, for almost three years, before becoming more disseminated. In 2011, it was the pain in my hipocondrius and my mid-back, right side (fatigue, dizzyness, lynph node pain on the left side of my neck and an episode of legs paresthesias that were present doesn't count here for the theory). In 2012, arm weakness, thyroid cancer nodule, pain in my upper back and neck, migraines headaches, blurred vision and then choroideopathy central serous, chest pain, were all on the right side of my body. I remained functional for most of 2013, managing/tolerating symptoms, but these progressively began to invade the other side of my body. When I got in my most severe crashes in mid-nov 2013 (3 months) and mid-apr this year it was clear enough that symptoms were now in different parts of my body, even though the original symptoms at my right side are still differentiated as the hard ones. So far, the only suggestion I have received is to be tested for VGKC anti-bodies, which presence might indicate conditions such as Morvan's Syndrome and Limbic Encephalitis. Any insights?