I’ve struggled with many multi-system symptoms. I have been given a diagnosis for some (autoimmune: antiphospholipid antibody syndrome- causing a stroke, hypothyroidism, conversion disorder(eyes), depression, anxiety, OCD, arthritis (multiple joints), carpal tunnel syndrome… Others remain a mystery. All of the above, plus all my undiagnosed conditions (urinary incontinence, extreme fatigue, fainting, nausea, vomiting, pins and needles of both hands, sweats…) fall under the umbrella of chronic Lyme, or as the medical community calls it: Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome. (Still true if you were never treated) For me the Lyme disease (and bartonella, babesia ) diagnosis was the connecting thread. Lyme is called the “great imitator”. As already said, each of my specialists looked at his or her body part. No one looked at the big picture. The current blood tests for Lyme are generally unreliable, making it difficult to diagnose. Many doctors too, are unfamiliar with the condition. I am not trying to diagnose you as I am not qualified, but perhaps Lyme or another tick borne disease should not be overlooked. May I suggest the ILADS website (sorry I don’t know how to add a link here -cognitive -memory problems as well) Good luck I hope you can find some answers.