Feeling exhausted, weak and dizzy?

Fatigue. Multiple thoughts, including anemia, low thyroid, chronic fatigue syndrome, early fibromyalgia, chronic infection, muscle or nerve disease, blood pressure problems, occult disorders, emotional issues. See your family doctor and get fully evaluated.

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My boyfriend woke up feeling bad with, fever of 99.9, weakness, achy body, coughing, chest pain, dizziness, and fatigue, HA, is this possible to be cold?

Yes, flu-like virus. The symptoms u describe r somewhat ubiquitous & common. They can certainly point to a low grade viral infection. As u may know there is a new strain of flu out this year causing an epidemic (the vaccine given in 2014 didn't prevent this strain) & so many people with similar symptoms r coming to the ER hospital with a "cold" (flu-like symptoms). Most viruses run their course in 7-14 days. Ttyd &GL! Read more...

My iron is 22 b12 is 100 vitd 27 feeling very weak dizziness fatigue taking supplement orally how long will it take to feel better?

1-3 weeks. Your numbers are quite low. My goodness, how did they get that low? Are you not eating properly or the proper foods? Are you a college student living at a Frat House? Those numbers are quite low...especially your B12...I haven't a number that low that I can recall. Please get some help with your nutrition. Am available for help by appointment: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR. Read more...
Depends. You should have his doctor evaluate why his B12 level is so low. Is he a strict vegetarian? Or he may have a condition called pernicious anemia in which he is unable to make B12. He may feel better with getting B12 injections for a while. 5000iu of vitamin D everyday should help improve his vitamin D levels. Eating more fish can also help improve his vitamin D and B12 levels. Monitor levels. Read more...

Shall I check for diabetes? Weakness fatigue sometimes get very hungry/start in 2011 had attack feeling dizzy/blurred vision/nausea/hot flashes

Opinion from your Dr. Your symptoms could certainly part of a presenting complex for diabetes. You left out a couple of other symptoms but if you are saying that these symptoms are getting worse or added to since 2011 then, a check up is certainly in order. Read more...