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Lots of things: Nutrient-poor diet, not enough sleep, anemia, medication or drug side effects, chronic stress, hidden illness (usually with other symptoms), etc... Make sure you are eating mostly fruits and vegetables, avoiding suger and high fructose corn syrup, getting enough sleep (extremely important) and see your doctor if things don't improve soon. Take care. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
See a doctor: There are many possible causes of your symptoms: many type of infections (bacterial, viral, fungal, parasitic), anemia, nutrient deficiencies, toxic exposures, thyroid & other hormonal problems, sleep disorders, heart disease, stress, depression etc. It is impossible for anyone here to diagnose you further. See a good doctor, preferably one with a holistic perspective, for a thorough evaluation. ...Read more
It can but: In your age group, it is more likely to be anemia, low blood pressure, or low blood sugar. Try eating more often, avoiding sweets which can make your sugar drop. Try to drink enough fluids to keep your urine a pale yellow color (if its clear, that's too dilute, drink less) and try to get more protein in your diet. If not better with that in a week or two, see your doctor. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Viral gastroenteritis (stomach bug), clostridium difficile colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease (crohn's or ulcerative colitis), malabsorption syndrome. In some circumstances, short gut syndrome, dumping syndrome...Among others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Aortic insufficiency can cause fatigue, and if the insufficiency backflow increases, fatigue increases in some patients. We as caregivers also know that fatigue can develop from many causes, most of which are associated with low atp. Causes of lack of formation of atp are metabolic problems of hormonal or cofactor deficiency that would affect enzymatic efficiency negatively. Fragil b-6 is a genet. ...Read more
Feed your adrenals : Cortisol - as are all corticosteroids is derived from cholesterol. Studies have shown that a high saurated fat, low polyunsaturated fat diet will increase corticosteroid levels. Also supplementation with pregnenolone will increase ability of your adrenals to make cortisol, progesterone, estrogen, testosterone and other corticoids. Reduce all forms of stress. Get sleep and sunlight. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Many Causes: Extreme fatigue can be caused by many possible medical concerns. Some common causes are medications, low thyroid, depression or anxiety, anemia, mono virus, and sleep apnea. There are also many more possible causes and so i would recommend visiting your healthcare professional and at least starting with basic blood work and a review of your current medications and overall health status. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
What type of doctor treats adrenal deficiency or adrenal fatigue? And do all drs believe that its an actual condition?
24 y/o, frequent heartburn, pituitary macro prolactinoma, (being treated), fatigue calcium level 10.1 could it be multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1?
Need Clarification: Calcium 10.1 is normal. Then you are asking if somebody has prolactinoma, what is the chance of men type 1? Very low possibility since prolactinoma is not common and men is a rare disease. Fatigue is very non-specific finding that can be seen in diverse types of condition or disease. Plz talk to pcp. ...Read more
High temp: If you are running a high fever and you have significant symptoms it is a good idea to see a doctor in person to examine you and diagnose. Once this is accomplished, your doctor can give you antipyretic and analgesic medicine to treat your fever and pain respectively. There may be anti infective treatment your physician will suggest. Remember to bring your medicine if any and know your allergies. ...Read more
Part of the plan: Acupuncture, along with exercise, proper nutrition, and stress reduction can be part of a program to decrease chronic fatigue symptoms. There is no one magic answer when the other pieces of the puzzle are not in place. Ruling out other systemic causes or contributers should be done as well (by your doctor). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get evaluated: First get a good evaluation to rule out underlying causes for your fatigue. A complete history and physical along with appropriate tests, including cbc, chem, thyroid tests including thyroid antibodies, cpk, rf, ana, parvo, ebv, and lyme. Depending on your history and risk factors additional studies may be ordered. Treatment starts with an accurate diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers