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I am 25yrs old and feel tired all the time why ?

I am 25yrs old and feel tired all the time why ?

Many causes: There are many causes for fatigue/tiredness some of these include inadequate sleep, poor sleep, sleep apnea (temporarily stopping breathing while sleeping), emotional issues such as depression or anxiety, anemia, thyroid disorders, acute and chronic illnesses. If symptoms are of prolonged duration further evaluation would be prudent. ...Read more

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22 year old female... Constant shortness of breathe, tiredness, dry cough, and anxiety. I have celiac disease, asthma, and chronic fatigue.

22 year old female... Constant shortness of breathe, tiredness, dry cough, and anxiety. I have celiac disease, asthma, and chronic fatigue.

Consider allergist: It sounds like your asthma is still not completely controlled. A board-certified allergist can be really helpful if you haven't seen one yet. Tai chi or chi gung classes can help with breathing technique and anxiety. See therapist for help with anxiety triggers. Take care of yourself! ...Read more

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What specialist may i see in atlanta for my daught 12 yrs old who feels frequently fatigue and collapsed 2 times?

What specialist may i see in atlanta for my daught 12 yrs old who feels frequently fatigue and collapsed 2 times?

Start with PCP: There are many basic issues that the kids doc can look into in short order and eliminate from consideration as a cause. After initial hx and physical with appropriate tests, the need for and direction to go for consultation should be evident. ...Read more

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I am a married woman and is 27 years old. I have been suffering from fatigue and weight loss for the past 4 years. I feel very tired all the time.?

I  am a married woman  and is 27 years old. I have been suffering from fatigue and weight loss for the past  4 years. I feel very tired all the time.?

Multifactorial: Chronic fatigue syndrome is a multifactorial consequence of hormonal, immune system and nervous system dysfunction resulting from genetic predispositions and dietary and environmental insults. These factors impair the patient's ability to produce energy and they end up chronically fatigued. Also you should be checked for diabetes and cancer. ...Read more

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I am 24 years old male, today second time happening again , i feel slightly shiver with fatigue n feel so hungry fr awhile fr som 10 mnts n it disappear?

I am 24 years old male, today second time happening again , i feel slightly shiver with fatigue n feel so hungry fr awhile fr som 10 mnts n it disappear?

See below.: Occasional fluctuation in the blood sugar levels wight caused similar symptoms. Try glass of the orange juice. If that helps you need to see your physician for the future studies including fasting blood glucose test. If not better, this condition will require evaluation by neurologist. ...Read more

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Hi , my father is 72 years old and he have blood pressure 120/60 , with a dizziness all time and fatigue ; is his situation serious ?

Hi , my father is 72  years old and he have blood pressure 120/60 , with a dizziness all time and fatigue ; is his situation serious ?

Dizziness needs eval: The blood pressure is normal but he needs to be evaluated for the dizziness and this could be vascular or inner ear. Your physician can help clarify. He needs a medical checkup. ...Read more

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How significant is low testosterone in a 49 year old male? I am generally in good health but over the last year have been having problems with fatigue, memory, concentration, at at times libido. I thought it could be low t level after some internet resear

How significant is low testosterone in a 49 year old male? I am generally in good health but over the last year have been having problems with fatigue, memory, concentration, at at times libido. I thought it could be low t level after some internet resear

Your : Your urologist is correct in that most dietary supplements don't have much evidence to support their marketing claims. Worse, they're manufactured w/o 3rd party oversight to insure safety. Regardless, testosterone tends to peak in the morning and reach a low in the afternoon. There also tends to be quite a bit of day-to-day variation. As such, i wouldn't rely on two values drawn at different times of the day. It's also not clear to me whether you used the same laboratory both times (which is important). You also didn't mention the reference range of the laboratory used which would be helpful in interpreting your results as opposed to just blindly comparing to some values tossed around on the internet. The point is that there's a wide range of what's normal for men of any age. Therefore, the goal for replacement/supplementation isn't a numeric value but rather a clinical response, at least in my practice. Working backwards, I am therefore also willing to consider replacement/supplementation based upon clinical symptoms such as yours, assuming that we've taken care of everything else. In other words, before jumping to your urologist, did you get evaluated by your family physician for your complaints? There are many other conditions that can present similar to hypogonadism and it would be a shame to whitewash them with testosterone. Don't forget that testosterone is not without side effects and/or harm so it's use must be closely monitored. One last thought - while you mentioned your age, you didn't mention whether you're interested in future fertility or not. If father more children is in the plans, then you want to stay away from testosterone replacement products which would tend to shut down sperm production. Instead, you'd need to consider something like HCG or Clomiphene to increase testosterone & sperm production. Finally, growth hormone is a totally different animal than testosterone. You take growth hormone only if it's needed, not to correct hypogonadism. And vice versa. Think gasoline & diesel. Both are perfectly good fuels, just like hgh & testosterone are excellent performance enhancing drugs. But you don't put diesel into a gasoline engine, nor gasoline into a diesel engine, and hope the car runs. Likewise, taking testosterone won't solve growth hormone deficiency and growth hormone won't treat hypogonadism. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Feeling under the weather. 49 year old male- fatigue- cold hands- ache feet and hands. cold all the time. TPO AB results consistent with Hasimitos. Endo does not want to treat until either free T4 or TSH is out of range. free T4 usually near mid range. TS

Feeling under the weather. 49 year old male- fatigue- cold hands- ache feet and hands. cold all the time. TPO AB results consistent with Hasimitos. Endo does not want to treat until either free T4 or TSH is out of range. free T4 usually near mid range. TS

See below: Hashimotos can go through three phases, 1. uncommonly it may cause hyperthyroidism in an early phase of the disease, 2. followed by normal thyroid function and the 3. long phase of hypothyroidism. If you do not have thyroid deficiency and taking thyroid medication is unlikely to be helpful. ...Read more