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What Sickness Causes Fatigue And Chills
Many: There are many illnesses that can cause fatigue and chills, such as an infection (viral, bacterial, as well as atypical), inflammatory conditions (lupus, various connective tissue diseases), thyroid, tumors can, menopause can. It is best to speak with your physician, explain the duration of symptoms, what part of the day they occur and have them do some lab work to help uncover the problem. ...Read more
Lifestyle mainly: Deficiency of vitamin D, B vitamins, iron, presence of chronic illnesses can cause it. Diet is the key when it comes to beating fatigue. Eliminating sugar, high carb foods (grains, lentils based foods), milk proteins helps to reduce inflammation. Consuming lot of vegetables, avocados, eggs, flesh foods, olive oil, saturated fats (butter, ghee) help fight it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Symptoms: head ache, fever, nauseous, aches & pains, tired. What can this be? Also lack of appetite.
Viral Illness: These symptoms are most commonly associated with viral illnesses. You need to follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
Lots of things, C MD: Indigestion and fatigue are both nonspecific symptoms. Could be lots of things, e.g. Ulcers with bleeding which cause iron deficiency which leads to fatigue; could be hepatitis which leads to above; could be gyn issues; could be depression . Can't tell here. See your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Insomnia & pain: People with restless sleep have daytime fatigue. Headaches are often related to chronic neck pain from neck muscle spasm. In young males i often find this symptom constellation in extreme sport enthusiasts, who have fallen too many times and injured their major joints, especially the lower back. The treatment is to reduce chronic pain and chronic muscle spasm. ...Read more
Is this New?: If this is a new onset of headaches, you need immediate medical evaluation. ...Read more
My symptoms include low appetite, fatigue, extreme exhaustion, yellow skin dizzy, face rash. What could this be?
See your MD: This could be a variety of things, including an infection, hormonal imbalance, immune disorder, etc., but if your skin is truly yellow, you may have hepatitis. The whites of your eyes would also look yellow. In any case, see your MD to get checked out, including blood tests. Do this as soon as possible, since some cases of hepatitis are contagious. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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