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Fatigue Foggy Head
I have been very very fatigued & weak & foggy headed feeling and had a CBC done and my WBC count was 14,000 & my Neutrophils were 10,000. What could be going on?
Get evaluated: Your WBC/neutrophils are slightly elevated. Infection, inflammation, drug (steroid), smoking, or blood conditions, etc can all potentially cause the elevated WBC. It can also be physiological. Without knowing your history and compete CBC (Hb, platetet, etc), it is difficult to narrow the diagnosis. Given that you are experiencing significant fatigue/weakness, I suggest you be evaluated. ...Read more
I sent in a question earlier about being on levoxyl 200mcg. Extreme tiredness and foggy head. Also taking verapamil 80mg bid for side effects for verapamil that are serious are extreme fatigue and lack of energy. Could it be this or something else. Theses
Extreme : Extreme fatigue is a very concerning symptom. It sounds like you have significant medical conditions. Please be sure your thyroid levels have been checked recently. You may need other blood tests including to be sure you are not anemic. Please be sure that your blood pressure is running normally. Your doctor will want to know about these symptoms. ...Read more
Pressure in head, fatigue, eyes burn, chills, body tense (anxiety), and foggy. Migraine? Cold or flu? Sinuses? Or symptoms of my bronchitis? Other?
Sounds flu-like: Sounds like a bacterial or viral infection. See an md. ...Read more
College student. Asymmetrical swelling of tonsils, and mostly one-sided head and neck lymphadenopathy. Tiredness and foggy brain. Tonsil cancer?
May be: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and your symptoms warrant evaluation by a physician. It may be infection or a lymphoid neoplasm. Do see a doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Painless muscle twitches tinging in body weight loss dizzy spells no fatigue no muscle weekness not much sleep bone cracking foggy head somtimes?
Need more info: Your symptoms are not specific enough. What is your age prior medical problems, meds taking right now..you would be better served going to a primary care physician and get checked out with a simple blood test too. ...Read more
Headaches: This could be from a myriad of reasons. I suggest you see a doctor who can evaluate you and discover the reason. ...Read more