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Is this low blood pressure or an infection loss of energy, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea no history of high blood pressure or diabetes... Male: 53 years old

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Dr. David Brouwer
Internal Medicine

In brief: Fatigue, nausea

The combination of fatigue, nausea, and loss of appetite may be related to an infection in the stomach/intestinal tract or the gallbladder. There are several other reasons for these non-specific symptoms, so it's best to see your physician for further work-up.
Low blood pressure usually causes lightheadedness, dizziness, fatigue.

In brief: Fatigue, nausea

The combination of fatigue, nausea, and loss of appetite may be related to an infection in the stomach/intestinal tract or the gallbladder. There are several other reasons for these non-specific symptoms, so it's best to see your physician for further work-up.
Low blood pressure usually causes lightheadedness, dizziness, fatigue.
Dr. David Brouwer
Dr. David Brouwer
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Dr. Joy Jackson
Family Medicine

In brief: The

The only way to know if you are dealing with low blood pressure and/or an infection is to a have complete medical evaluation by your doctor. Your symptoms are non specific which is i can't tell you either way.
You may have other issues going on (i.e. Thyroid abnormality, anemia, etc.) if you have not had your yearly physical now would be a good time. If you have then schedule a routine office visit. Best of luck.

In brief: The

The only way to know if you are dealing with low blood pressure and/or an infection is to a have complete medical evaluation by your doctor. Your symptoms are non specific which is i can't tell you either way.
You may have other issues going on (i.e. Thyroid abnormality, anemia, etc.) if you have not had your yearly physical now would be a good time. If you have then schedule a routine office visit. Best of luck.
Dr. Joy Jackson
Dr. Joy Jackson
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