Coughing dog limping

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I have a male golden retriever, he is 11 years old and I'm extremely worried. My dog hasn't been eating properly for the past few weeks, he refuses to eat his normal food so we've been cooking him rice/eggs/meat/liver etc. Then after a while he doesn't eat himself unless we feed him by hands..and now he doesn't eat at all. Though he does eat some type of snacks. Now, he doesn't seem to have the energy to get up. He would try to get up but his legs seems to be weak or something.
Often the hip is overlooked because it is one of the strongest in a cat, however, the joints are not as strong. If still limping, get and x-ray! the problem might be further up than the paw.
Hi my dog has been on heart meds for months for type 4 heart failure today he has took I'll very lethargic and been back to vets she said no change in heart and breathing was fine and took bloods to test kidneys etc everything ok tonite there is no change and is struggling getting up panting etc and just lying in floor with limited movement
I think I'd begun to believe there was no kindness left in the world anymore. Sapphire is still limping, but apart from that I've not seen any change in her. She is eating, going out, looking to be fussed and still sings in her sleep. Her breathing is normal, she isn't coughing and looks comfortable. I still find it hard to believe she has this problem because everything seems so normal.
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I felt like I had a head cold without the coughing and mucous, like my head was in a bubble and I couldn't pay attention to what was going on. It felt like that entire time wasn't really happening, but it was playing on a movie I was watching. My period stopped and it started to burn when I went to the bathroom so I went to see my doc. He said it all sounded stress related and that I might be pregnant. The test was positive, I was pregnant.
Gosh, candida is coming out of me EVERY day, but the coughing and sneezing persists. I don't even notice a DECREASE in symptoms, but since it is coming out of me I will keep at it. I might just have a ton of candida. It might be that I need to repopulate my gut with good bacteria which I will do after I've gotten rid of more candida. I took a bunch of anti-fungals last night and got a really bad stomach ache, which I think is a good sign that they are working.
They tend to swell alot and my hands ache constantaly. Yesterday was a good day, or so I thought. I walked the dog and then it was down hill from there. The doctors that I have seen are clueless and I am a bit scared. Any suggestions?? Does this sound like fibro? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks a bunch!
Oh, on the period thing I dont know if it has anything to do with the chiari or not, but i had that happen several years ago and it got to the point where i would skip whole months.
im doing pilates( 1on1 with cable machine etc) swimming and i walk the dog every morning.. ive lost 6kgs and still have another 5 to go ( 6ft3 98kg).. This injury has been a bloody nightmare as i cannot surf/run or play football anymore,but my physio has been working with me very hard on my core strength / posture and says i should get back in the water in another 3/4 months.. i guess the thing with this injury is that it needs TIME to heal properly..