Have you ever had dental amalgams?
Mercury is highly oxidative of EFAs and these are important for the quality of seminal fluid.
I would suggest getting tested for chlamydia but since your other symptoms quite plausibly correlate with possible heavy metal issues, I suspect chlamydia is less urgent to examine than possible heavy metal intoxication.
I'm not greatly familiar with all of your symptoms but at least some of them correlate to some degree with a potential diagnosis of heavy metal intoxication:
in the gut area - not quite certain what you mean by this; can you elaborate?
-Extreme anxiety...always scared if people are looking at me
Mercury is one of many possible causes of neurological issues which may lead to psychological issues including paranoia. Lead may also exert similar neuro-psychological effects. Do you find you also tend to negatively misinterpret what people mean by the things they say to you?
-Very poor digestion. Constipated and no belching or gas. - constipation can be caused by a number of things but one of them is hepato-biliary dysfunction (net result of which is insufficient bile being released into the bowel. Bile stimulates bowel peristalsis, so insufficient bile can lead to constipation). Possible causes of bile insufficiency can include gallstones, liver congestion etc. Liver congestion can occur if the liver has been overwhelmed gradually or over time by some pathogenic substance (flukes, heavy metals, hepatitis infection, excess alcohol, various synthetic toxins pharmaceutical or otherwise).
-Weight loss - might be due to malabsorption of nutrients, which can occur with intestinal parasites, food sensitivities
, chronic bowel inflammation etc.
-Thin skin...im starting to see the blue veins on my biceps even more - not sure about this one but it might be thyroid/adrenal/pituitary related. I'm particularly thinking of elevated cortisol. In other words, some kind of endocrine disturbance.
-Big time dandruff - possible zinc deficiency, perhaps? Or poor EFA metabolism? There might also be an oxidation issue here but I can't recall where I read that, so don't quote me on it.
-Bags on lower eye lids - water retention suggestive of a kidney issue, or some other anomaly in bodily handling of fluids, perhaps?
-Muscle loss - one possibility is chronic dietary malabsorption (an example of which would be Jordan Rubin, whose experience of Crohn's left him severely emaciated: tinyurl.com/635zpk4 ).
-Confusion and poor memory - many possibilities but mercury intoxication is frequently correlated with this. In terms of foggy thinking, this can be mercury and/or can be related to acetaldehyde (a toxic byproduct of candida), but even then, candida often only reaches problematic levels if the immune system is sufficiently weakened in some way, and mercury can suppress the immune system very well.
-Bone loss - possibilities include insufficient absorption of dietary minerals due to low stomach acid, or improper emulsification and/or absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A and D (which themselves are required in order to absorb minerals such as calcium). Another possibility is disordered mineral transport, which may occur in cases of mercury intoxication. Or perhaps even hormonal issues, if endocrine function is being disrupted.
- Erectile Dysfunction - Traditional Chinese Medicine points to the kidneys on this one. Also worth noting that mercury can disrupt endocrine function and this includes the sexua| glands and associated hormone levels. As an intermediary measure, you might try a little Maca, but only in small amounts, since it is a member of the cruciferous family and these are high in sulphur thiols which can sometimes exacerbate mercury issues.
-Thin hair which is getting greasy - TCM again points to the kidneys on this one. Might also relate to chronic inflammation around the hair follicles.
-Flaky skin on face and greasy face - possible zinc and EFA issues.
does any of the discussion in the following thread resonate with you?: