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Losing Weight Tired All The Time
Can low blood pressure cause chronic fatigue? And what are some ways I can boost my metabolism? Trying to lose weight, but tired all the time
Maybe: Chromic hypotension can but some people run a low blood pressure as baseline. So it depends what your baseline BP was. The best way to boost your metabolism is to follow a low-carb, higher lean protein diet in the form of three meals and 2 to 3 snacks. Also adding daily exercise such as walking, running, hiking yoga, spinning or pilates and circuit training will definitely boost your metabolism. ...Read more
Many people resolve to lose weight in the New Year for different reasons. For those who are overweight or obese, there are many health benefits to losing weight. It can help decrease your chances of developing diseases including diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, and even certain types of cancer. Low-calorie diets combined with increased physical activity are thought to be most effective long term. The healthiest weight loss regimen, therefore, is one that consists of making lifestyle changes that incorporate a balanced diet ...Read more
Encourage you to: Consider working with a nutritionist. Take care. ...Read more
Chills that won't go away, extreme fatigue, feeling out of it. No appetite and losing weight since Nov 2016. Chills just started. Nausea, hot flashes
See your doctor.: If your symptoms have been going on that long, you need to be seen by your physician for a complete history and physical and potentially diagnostic tests, such as web values. I would see him or her as soon as you can. Another option would be to have a consult performed here on HealthTap with one of our doctors. If labs are necessary, we can order them. Good luck. ...Read more
I went to a pulmonologist yesterday and he said I'm fine. I'm losing weight, eyes have been red for months, dizziness, mucus, air hunger, fatigue?
See an allergist: See an allergist. He may have an answer for you. Your symptoms may be due to an allergy. ...Read more
Eyes are always bloodshot and breathing problems. Dr. And pulmonologist didn't do much to help me. I shouldn't be losing weight and I am. Bad fatigue.
2nd opinion: Your symptoms are very nonspecific. There're many causes of fatigue and bloodshot eyes. These causes could include viral infection, bacterial infection, and allergies. If you do not feel like you are getting the information you need from your doctor you can always seek a second opinion. ...Read more
Hello, I have been throwing up, having fevers chills cold sweats. Losing weight unitentionally loss of appitite chronic cough fatigue paleness of skin?
Strange bloodshot eyes for weeks, losing weight, dizziness, fatigue, sore back muscles, hard to exhale completely. Can this be from untreated asthma?
Shortness of breath, constant fatigue, losing weight, dizzy spells, constant bloodshot eyes. It isn't from anxiety. Constant air hunger. Is it asthma?
Please see your doc: Many causes are possible for these symptoms. For a solid diagnosis you really need to be seen and examined personally by your physician. Please get in to see your doctor as soon as you can. ...Read more
Liver pain after eating. Gall bladder removed last year. Fatigue, depression, loss of appetite. 165lb. Loosing weight. No fever. Fatty liver? No ETOH.
I'm having g severe lower back pain, & I urinate at least 20 or more times a day. I am losing weight & I'm constantly tired & the pain is dull &sharp p?
I have been losing weight and I think my blood pressure medicine (Lisinopril 20 mg) is too much. I am very tired and a bit lightheaded at times.?
I may have scar tissue from a resection 15 yrs ago. Now losing weight, fatigue pain difficulty eating at times and pressure in rectom.
See your doctor: Why did you have a resection? Some of your symptoms are concerning and sounds like you should see your doctor to discuss this further. ...Read more
Losing weight, nights sweating, exhaust, tiredness and dry coughing special in the morning hours, what diseases cause this??
Illnesses present with these symptoms!
You need a complete evaluation by your PCP (Primary Care Provider) starting with a blood count and a chest xray!!!
Good luck and hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
Cheese cravings. Any reason? Making it hard to lose weight. Have chronic pain, chronic fatigue. Another way to get what my body wants?
Frequent urination, excessive thirst, increased appetite but losing weight, headaches w nausea, and chronic fatigue. Possible causes?
Lots of things: Those are non-specific, but worrisome symptoms. You should be evalauated sooner rather than later. ...Read more
EVALUATION: These symptoms warrant an evaluation by your Primary Care Physician as soon as possible. You will need a thorough history and physical exam, and lab tests, possibly a CXR to investigate this. This is not normal. ...Read more
How do I get my dr to listen instead of preaching about losing weight? I know I need to but I'm tired of hearing it and I have other concerns.
Ask him to listen:
send in advance if he is willing to review.
Make notes of his answers
do listen also.
For your age, you have too many issues and medications! ...Read more
What qualifies as an abnormal RBC for a 12 y/o boy? He's been so tired & losing weight. RBC is 5.07. All other CBC values are marked in normal range.
I am losing weight at an alarming pace. I lost 4lbs in 2 days not doing any strenuous activity. I do not have aids or hiv. What's I am a 48 yr old male I have been losing weight steadily for the past 4 months not trying at all. I seem to be tired most of t
See your MD: 4 lbs in 2 days is very likely water weight loss. This is not to say a workup for underlying illness isn't merited. ...Read more
Do laxatives help you lose weight because I'm struggling in losing weight ever since I was 13 years old and now I'm sick and tired of looking at myself in the mirror and can't do nothing about it 20 years old weigh 348 pounds and 6'0 inch alot of my frien
I am tired shortly after getting up and struggle with losing weight. My recent thyroid test (tsh)was 1.52. What else could it be?
Tired and overweight: No doubt that a complete endocrine evaluation is merited. To start the pituitary needs to be analyzed such as prolactin levels. Metabolic syndrome second to medications need to be ruled out. Atypical antipsychotics are commom culprits. Thyroid disease is always diificult but not impossible to diagnose. Insulin malfunction or pre diabetes needs a close look. Chronic fatigue syndrome is likely. ...Read more
I'm 18 years old, im waking up with unexplained bruises, im constantly tired, getting headaches, losing weight and feeling dizzy a lot?
Is weight hard to lose with hypercalcemia and hyperparathyroidism? Also is extreme fatigue related to this as well?
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
How do I lose weight and boost my metabolism after gaining 30-40lbs being on lyrica (pregabalin) 3 yrs ago for my fibromyaligia for 6 months with fatigue and pain?
Exercise, exercise: Exercise, at least 20 minutes a day for 3 to 4 days a week is the most effective treatment for weight loss as well as chronic pain syndromes. ...Read more
I've been losing weight at first 20kg a month sub 2kg per month I'm eating a lot. Am feeling nausea, diarrhea, lost of appetite and severe fatigue.
Were you trying to: Lose weight? 20 kg weight loss in one month is a huge ; unhealthy amount of weight to lose in such a short period of time. If you are dieting - would encourage you to stop until getting a handling on your symptoms. Have you been evaluated by a gastroenterologist? That is important. ...Read more
I am an athlete. Is masterbation bad if done 3-4 times a week? Could I lose stamina by doing so? Muscles get sore? Fatigue? Lose endurance?
It's fine: Masturbation is normal. It is a natural and harmless expression of sexuality. It is only harmful if practiced compulsively interfering with normal daily life and activities, inhibits sexual activity with a partner, or is done in public! It should have no effect on athletic performance. Your 3-4 time per week practice is normal. Good luck! ...Read more
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