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Tired Lethargic Dizzy
Infection: These symptoms are the beginnings of an infection and usually mean a fever is on its way. Most commonly it's a viral illness with sore throat, dry cough and/or diarrhea following.. Keep your resistance high with rest and fluids. Tylenol (acetaminophen) type medications often help moderate these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Woke up this morning feeling lightheaded and dizzy. Feel really sleepy too. Feel sick too.Mild temperature.
Low energy: Maybe you are exercising too hard for your energy level? I don't know what you're doing but maybe try a different type of exercise. Low impact cardio, or yoga, or something. If its not that, perhaps your hormones are out of balance or you have another condition that is affecting your energy level. ...Read more
Vague & nonspecific: Those symptoms are too common to offer specific advice for. Common suggestions would be 1) get rehydrated, 2) get adequate sleep regularly for at least 2 weeks, and 3) eat 3 healthy meals every day. Red flags for something bad could include unexpected bleeding, change in vision, weakness, or numbness; however, you probably should check with your physician. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Many possible causes. Your doctor will evaluate for abnormal heart rhythm (fast or slow), artery blockages in the neck, low or very high blood pressure, or very weak heart muscle. Simple, painless tests such as an electrocardiogram, echocardiogram, and carotid ultrasound may be appropriate. Blood tests will evaulate the for diabetes, anemia, and abnormalities of the thyroid, liver, kidneys, . ...Read more
Need evaluation.: Sorry, but there is no way to give you any advice but to see a doctor. ...Read more
Well: How heavy was the period. You may have lost a lot of blood. See doctor if symptoms continue. Drink lots of water ...Read more
There are quite a: few possible causes for feeling giddy and tired. Sometimes just a little extra rest or a little less stress will do the trick. Of course avoiding alcohol, drugs and tobacco are important. New medicines can certainly make you feel funny. If none of these sound like you then you may need to see your doctor. There are quite a few potential possibilities and your doctor can guide you best. ...Read more
Hung-over and overslept. Feeling sluggish, tired, foggy/zoned out, feverish, and anxious. Is this normal?
Anxiety: I understand your distress. These symptoms are likely due to Anxiety caused by various stress in your life. We were born with natural ability to have rest and sleep. Focus on Blessing and Wonder of 3 million air sacs in your lungs due to which you are alive and functioning. Realize and Speak-BREATH IS LIFE! See Video of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park See Psychiatrist for Therapy and Medication ...Read more
Too little : Information for a meaningful opinion. It may be prudent to see your doctor for an evaluation and to exclude an organic cause. Other common cause is depression. Try eating a balanced diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low in saturated fats, no tobacco and no more than one drink a day. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week even though you feel tired, you will feel better after. ...Read more
See a doctor: Need more history, you need to be thoroughly examined and may need some testing, possibly including x-rays. Not something to delay about. Please see a doctor and get better soon. ...Read more
Help! i'm feeling like how you feel if you take painkillers but I have not had any medication i feel drowsy, lethargic, tired, dizzy, thirsty wots wrong?
Every time I eat something with a high sugar content Approx 30 mins later I start feeling really tired, lethargic, nausea, headache, dizzy, irritable, jittery. Effects last for several hours before I feel somewhat normal again.
Lately I feel starving and when I go to eat I feel like I over ate after a few bites, nauseous, dizzy, tired & lethargic. I'm losing undesired weight
I'm worried my toddler may have a concussion... Or just tired? She is lethargic and dizzy but not nauseated. Should I take her into urgent care?
Symptoms: dizziness, fatigue/lethargy, headache upon standing, sensitive to light, high fever. Nothing else so far. Any ideas as to what it might be?
Dizziness, fatigue/lethargy, headache upon standing, sensitive to light, high fever.: I would recommend that you go to see your primary care doctor about this issue, especially if the pain is persistent or worsening. There are several different potential causes of your headache, and your doctor can perform a thorough physical examination and help you figure out what might be going on. The fact that the pain is mostly on one side of the head would be most consistent with a migraine. Migraine, classically, is characterized by a pulsating pain that is localized to one side of the head. Chronic sinus congestion Other symptoms that often go along with migraine include nausea, dizziness, sensitivity to light, and changes in the vision (such as wavy lines or flashing lights). The pain could, however, be from other causes as well. For example, if you have Lymph nodes in one area, or in multiple areas chronic sinus congestion, that is mostly affected just the sinuses on the left side of your head, that could definitely cause an aching pain that was mostly localized on the left. Your doctor can help you figure out what is going on. Based on the likely cause of the headache (migraine, sinus congestion, or something else) they can also make recommendations about which medications would be best to treat the pain. Good luck! ...Read more
I'm a young woman experiencing frequent monthly nose bleeds, fatigue, tiredness and dizziness, as well as joint and hip pain often. any advice?
Yes, best to see a: doctor for accurate diagnosis and proper treatment. Sounds like something serious might be going on. ...Read more
Evaluation will tell: Both are common symptoms. Medication effects, metabolic issues, inner ear problems, neurologic problems, blood pressure and cardiac issues, poor sleep, poor respiratory functioning, alcohol, smoking, anemia, are just some starts for possibilities. A check up with your physician and if necessary tests will suggest the likely cause, and hopefully it will be an easy fix! good. ...Read more
SEE YOUR DOCTOR: First you need to uncover the cause of your symptoms, prior to getting this addressed and treated. ...Read more
You need to be seen: If this lasts more than a day or two and please stay very hydrated. ...Read more
A long list: Many different things can potentially cause this constellation of symptoms that you describe, including: high blood pressure, anemia, very high blood sugar, abnormal thyroid function, abnormal electrolytes, and less often neurological illness. Given how nonspecific these symptoms are, it's important you have a thorough exam and evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
Nonspecific: These are very non-specific symptoms but if they persist you need to see a physician - internist would be best. ...Read more
I have had random bouts of dizziness, extreme fatigue on and off and some nausea for almost a week.
Do side effects of propranolol subside after being on it for a time? I'm experiencing dizziness and fatigue
Have had problems with dizziness and fatigue. Had many, many tests done. Believe to be health anxiety. How can I beat this?
Several ways: In the "many tests" done, have you also seen a psychiatrist or psychotherapist? These professionals can help you with many kinds of anxiety, including fearfulness or over-concern about health. Cognitive behavioral therapy and relaxation training can help. Seeing a well-trained classical homeopath may also benefit you, as it addresses your whole being in a gentle, effective but non-drug way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
BP: 127/95 and Pulse 109 at age 58/M. May be due to taking drugs for kidney? Feeling dizziness and fatigue. What can be the issue and how serious?
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