I seem to be having more symptoms show up and it's hurting my quality of life. My doctors at Tufts have been completely useless in regards to diagnosis, and specialists have been bouncing me around with no answers. I'm scheduled for a colonoscopy from my GI doctor at tufts and an echo from my cardiologist. Basically, I had a cold about 8 weeks ago. Since then here are my symptoms: - Hearing loss on my left ear - cold intolerance (I would sweat easily in heat and have goosebumps at the same time after being exposed to a cold environment for awhile). Body doesn't warm up right. - night sweats every night and waking from irregular sleep. Wake up every hour heart palpitations. - GI. constant urge to go to have bowel movement even after I went. I can hold it in but uncomfortable especially when I lay down. - heart palpitations and short of breath. Tight when I breathe (Thought it was Klonopin withdrawal as I stopped it 10 days ago...but It was so bad I felt like I couldn't catch my breath last week and my heart raced out of control with irregular beats. Ended up in the ED via ambulance where they gave me metaprolol and ativan. I still feel short of breath and lightheaded). - slight imbalance when I walk but not noticeable. - dry eyes and mouth (about 5 weeks ago. Maybe Sjogren's? Tested for SSA, SSB, and ANA, Rhumo factors... but all normal. Was told it may be too early for antibodies to show up). As for lab work: ANA (1:160 seems off but rhumotologist refuse to investigate) SSB, SSA (sjogren's although I may be early) TSH, T4 Lyme and other tick diseases Stool sample for c diff and bacteria All general normal blood work They've also tested my blood pressure lying down, sitting, and standing up in the ED which I assume was normal as well. My symptoms are stacking and I woke up a few hours ago with palpitations, and feeling a short of breath. Does anybody have any idea what is happening? My symptoms seem to be stacking and it's scary. Frustated by doctors who don't have a clue. Was trying to schedule neurologists for autonomic problems but they are booked months away.