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What causes exteme fatigue, joint/ankle pain, low energy, poor sleeping habits?

What causes exteme fatigue, joint/ankle pain, low energy, poor sleeping habits?

Too broad: Your symptoms are too broad. Please contact your primary care physician for a full workup. Good luck! ...Read more

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Can cvid cause extreme fatigue and aching joints?

Can cvid cause extreme fatigue and aching joints?

Futher Investigation: Most definitely. However, immune deficiencies can also be linked to autoimmune diseases so further testing for things like inflammatory arthritis and connective tissue diseases is important. ...Read more

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Can you experience weight gain while overcoming adrenal fatigue or exhaustion?

Can you experience weight gain while overcoming adrenal fatigue or exhaustion?

Yes: You can get weight gain for over eating or eating comfort foods while under stress. You can gain weight from being less active. Weight gain is usually a very common disorder and it is usually not due to anything unusual. Review the situation with your doctor. ...Read more

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Can lack of exercise cause muscle, joint aches?

Can lack of exercise cause muscle, joint aches?

Yes: Indeed inactivity will lead to loss/ losses. Very painful experience. ...Read more

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Cannot quench extreme thirst. Appetite decreased, weight loss, bruising, headaches, hip and leg pain along w dull ache, fatigue, insomnia, diarrhea?

Cannot quench extreme thirst. Appetite decreased, weight loss, bruising, headaches, hip and leg pain along w dull ache, fatigue, insomnia, diarrhea?

Run to Dr.: This combination of symptoms suggests possible severe illness and requires immediate medical attention. Schedule appointment to see doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Forgetfulness, Memory problems, Poor concentration, nerve pain in head, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, tachycardia, swollen belly/legs/feet.

Forgetfulness, Memory problems, Poor concentration, nerve pain in head, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, tachycardia, swollen belly/legs/feet.

Various symptoms: You have a variety of symptoms so you need to see your doctor. He/she will examine and test you and give you a diagnosis and provide help. Possibilities include cardiac issues, infection, GI issue, anxiety. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Can prolonged moderate to severe vitamin d deficiency be associated with extreme fatigue, tingling/needling sensations in feet, weakness & body ache?

Can prolonged moderate to severe vitamin d deficiency be associated with extreme fatigue, tingling/needling sensations in feet, weakness & body ache?

I believe yes: There is a host of other problems with vidtamin d def as well. Get supplemented under care of doc as you need to check for corrective levels thru bloodwork. ...Read more

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How can people with chronic fatigue syndrome lose weight?

How can people with chronic fatigue syndrome lose weight?

See details: By restricting carbohydrates, watching portion size, avoiding soda regular or diet and trying to get some aerobic activity. ...Read more

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Symptoms - rapid fluctuations in BP in explained weight gain ,sweating , lightheadness ,muscle pain and weakness fatigued what causing this

Symptoms -  rapid fluctuations in BP in explained weight gain ,sweating , lightheadness ,muscle pain and weakness fatigued what causing this

Med Side Effect?: This sounds concerning, and I recommend that you see your doctor soon. Some of these symptoms could be medication side effects from your Adderall, (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) or relate to problems with your thyroid. I hope you feel better soon! ...Read more

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Can being peri-menopausal cause extreme fatigue?

Can being peri-menopausal cause extreme fatigue?

Maybe: The peri-menopausal period can cause a lot of changes. Notably, the introduction of hot flashes. Hot flashes that occur at night often disrupt sleep. It is this disruption in sleep that contributes to fatigue in the day, as well as mood swings. However, other conditions, like thyroid problems, or diabetes can also cause fatigue. I recommend you see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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Joint pains, malaise, fatigue, fever but tests normal.

Joint pains, malaise, fatigue, fever but tests normal.

Virus: Certainly a virus like "the Flu" can cause all these symptoms. if viral, time will heal you. If the symptoms persist, have the Doctor keep looking for answers. best wishes. ...Read more

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TSH 1.0. Weight gain, fatigue, muscle ache, Raynaud's, IBS, dry skin, unable to concentrate, facial swelling. Tired of feeling tired!

TSH 1.0. Weight gain, fatigue, muscle ache, Raynaud's, IBS, dry skin, unable to concentrate,  facial swelling.  Tired of feeling tired!

2nd hypothyroid: I would be suspicious of a secondary hypothyoridism. You have many symptoms of thyroid problem, but a low TSH. You need to find out what your T4 and T3 (liothyronine) are. These are your serum levels of your thyroid hormone. ...Read more

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Fatigue loss of appetite nausea, weak dehryayted , feeling sore and tired. Flank pain. ?

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Fatigue loss of appetite nausea, weak
dehryayted , feeling sore and tired. Flank pain. ?

Multisymptoms: Your symptoms warrant thorough evaluation and workup by your primary care doctor. ...Read more

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Feeling down, low concentration, muscle pain, heart palps, overeating, easily irritable, exhaustion, occasional nausea and headaches?

Feeling down, low concentration, muscle pain, heart palps, overeating, easily irritable, exhaustion, occasional nausea and headaches?

Sad: Depressed, depressed, depressed. All your symptoms shout "depression". Sorry that we can't fix that in 400 characters here and now, but I urge you to seek help. Depression isn't easily treatable, but it is treatable. ...Read more

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Can being underweight cause fatigue or exercise intolerance?

Can being underweight cause fatigue or exercise intolerance?

Yes: An individual needs enough energy stores during exercise to avoid fatigue or cramps. The body preferentially burns simple and complex carbohydrates first, then protein, then fat. If you don't have enough carbohydrate energy stores then protein (muscle) is broken down and then fat. The caveat is that some well trained underweight people don't have a problem but they have done extensive training. ...Read more