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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 more
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 more
What type of doctor treats adrenal deficiency or adrenal fatigue? And do all drs believe that its an actual condition?
Adrenal deficiency: Endocrinologists treat addison's disease. It is for real. ...Read more
24 y/o, frequent heartburn, pituitary macro prolactinoma, (being treated), fatigue calcium level 10.1 could it be multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1?
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
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 more
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 more
Neither: These drugs don't cause fatigue and are equivalent in their efficacy. Arbs, which generally don't cause cough have a side effect profile that is indistinguishable from placebo. Ace-inhibitors cause cough in 10% of users but are available as a generic and very inexpensive for those who don't get the cough. ...Read more
I heard that chlorine in tap water can cause fatigue, is there any tablets one can purchase to make that water clear of this[to nutralise chlorine]?
Charcoal Filters.: Filtering your drinking water through a charcoal filter like a brita filter is supposed to remove chlorine. ...Read more
Persistent fibromyalgia for past 4 yrs, fatigue & lower backache triggered by mental/physical stress, tried allopathy for 3.5 yrs, now trying ayurveda?
Frustrating to treat: Fibromaylagia patients are very frustrated as treatment is always less than satisfactory. Treating underlying psychiatric disorders is the first step. Patients who are able to stay active by swimming or other exercise seem to do better but it is hard to know if the exercise helps or just screens out the less affected. Your situation is the common experience ...Read more
Computer fatigue: Take frequent breaks to stand, stretch, put neck/shoulders/back thru range of motion exercises to increase circulation. Eat nutritious meals (not junk or high carbs; they'll may you drowsy); protein, good fats from nuts. Energy drink or a bit of caffeine may give extra boost. Get good night's rest. If fatigue doesn't resolve, see fp to check for anemia, infxn, etc. ...Read more
Depends: Americans pride themselves in not sleeping alot but sleep is incredibly important. It is the only time the body is able to restore and rejuvenate itself. The amount of sleep each person requires is different but normal ranges are 7-9. You should feel well rested when you sleep sufficiently and will not need to chug caffeine all day. ...Read more
My husband aged 30 yrs old is travelling ticket examiner in indian railways feels very much fatigue at work gets easily tired n low blood in body.
Blood in where?: Sound serious, ask him to go to see a real doctor asap. Don't delay. Good luck! ...Read more
Fatigue: How long has this been going on. If short time may be the beginning of the flu. If this has been going on for several weeks or months you should see your doctor to be evaluated for a systemic issue. ...Read more
Genetic causes- splenomegaly, fatty liver, seizures, fatigue, psychosis and ataxia?
Neg. For np a/b/c, lupus, wilson's and ashkenazi diseases
This is a lot: I wish my answer was as good as your question. Some of your symptoms could be part of an immunologically mediated illness. These as you know can have a genetic basis. You have looked in some important areas. Your evaluation may be a variety of laboratory studies genetics studies and tissue biopsies to help clarify. ...Read more
Find the cause: Fatigue is a very non-specific symptom that can be caused by many things including stress, hormonal imbalance, sleep apnea, over exertion from work, infection, electrolyte imbalances, thyroid/adrenal/pituitary disease or even just daily living can cause fatigue... The best way to treat this is to find the cause and correct what's causing the fatigue (if a cause can be found). ...Read more
Was able to have an oral sex after weeks I got unexplainable fatigue and joints pain and now I have a rash which appears at my back I am risk for HIV?
Maybe non-MS reasons: It is important to look carefully for non-ms factors contributing to fatigue. The list may include poor sleep quality, mood disorder, additive medication side effects, abnormal blood chemistries, hormone imbalance, anemia. Fatigue as exhaustion versus excessive sleepiness must be distinguished. Fatigue with walking may be a specific concern. It is important to see what on the list is treatable. ...Read more
Rest: If you are physically tired, the usual antidote is adequate rest. If you feel you're more tired than your activities warrant, you could see your primary care physician to check into possible causes. ...Read more
OfCourseBrainControl: As embodied souls connected to mind, fragile brain+body, the issues are always not just body but integrated issues, during sleep we do a lot in complex integrated mind/brain/body adjustments to integrate current events with past history. If people sleep 8-10 hrs/night for 3 days but each episode of dreaming (rem sleep) interrupted, ability to function as bad as 48 hrs working with zero sleep. ...Read more
Given your age, you are way too young to have this problem and thus it is wise to try to find an answer.
Besides the common answers of low thyroid, or pre-diabetes, or even anemia I would want to know more about your sleep patterns, your snoring-if you do this... And any other possible contributing factor.
But, you are young. Let's get this figured out with a good caring health care provider. ...Read more
Need blood tests: Anemia, thyroid dysfunction, B12 deficiency and low testosterone are all potential causes of chronic fatigue. All the above can be checked by way of blood tests. Other considerations include sleep apnea, congestive heart failure or even depression. I would discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Many: Lack of energy can come from a variety of situations. Dehydration (not drinking at least 5 cups of water a day), lack of sleep/poor sleep, skipping meals, stress, sleep apnea/snoring, chronic sinus problems, caffeine withdrawal, chronic illness (such as anemia) or allergies can cause low energy. See your doctor. ...Read more