I am an NQT and have a month contract of supply work until October. During the summer I have been told I don't need therapy anymore (after going for nine years). Whilst at University I had a lot of Tonsilitis and I am currently being tested for Glandular fever. I am happy (we all have off days!) but I am struggling with my health. My doctor says I have IBS, I seem to have flare up's and at the moment I have pain in my stomach after eating just about anything. I also feel sick and dizzy in the evening, especially after eating anything richer than plain pasta and a tomatoe sauce. I didn't sleep well last night, I usually remember my dreams as I often wake up screaming or crying in my sleep. I don't feel that anxious (not as much as I used to do), I know IBS can be stress/ anxiety related but I am enjoying my time in school and I have a laugh with most of the staff. I just heard my mum say "how will she hold a real job down." She doesn't know how bad my IBS is, I have had serious pain for the last month, daily. My glands are starting to swell, just how my tonsilitis always starts, I am shivering (even with a blanket and fire on), I am incredibly tired, I feel drained. I just don't know what to do. I've told the doctors everything and they seem to think I'm fine. Should I get a second opinion, or could all of the symptons be down to possible Glandular fever? Sorry for being so long winded, my brain can't work tonight if things aren't written spaced out and clear.