What could be wrong? Body aches, fatigue, slight nausea?
I have all over body aches (like I have the flu, but with no other flu like symptoms) Fatigue, & slight nausea, I get nervous to go to the doc cause I am scared of what they will tell me! Does anyone know what could be wrong?
I have felt like this for 2 months or longer
Answer by suzanne_una
It could be a virus or many other things like a thyroid problem or even pregnancy. You should go to the doctor because it is better to know what is going on than not know. Plus if you feel icky and if what ever you have is easily fixable, why suffer? Ignoring a health problem can make it worse so be brave and go to the doctor. Look at it this way, if it is nothing and the doctor does a quick physical on you, you get to avoid going back for another year
Answer by delectable
You have a fear of doctors, that’s what’s wrong. Go to the doctor if you feel really sick, because he/she might be able to help you.
Answer by Sci Guy
It could be adrenal fatigue, or even stress! I get severely nauseous when I’m stressed, and I’ve talked to other people who have had the same experience. I would go see a doctor but they won’t do anything terrible. They’ll probably order some blood tests, endoscopy, or scans. If everything is negative and you are still miserable after life changes, make an appointment with a psychologist. And yes, this weird stress illness can last for months, even years. See if your symptoms get wore in stressful situations though.
nausea fatigue: What could be wrong? Body aches, fatigue, slight nausea?
What causes dizziness, achy joints, mild nausea, and fatigue?
I haven’t had fever. I just feel “off”, if that makes any sense. I’ve not felt well for quite sometime now. Feel free to ask me other questions regarding that.
It’s been going on for well over a week. I also feel light headed.
Answer by crystalrain
Sorry your feeling bad..could be anything really. Stress could cause those symptoms, or you could be coming down with something like the flu. It could even be medications your taking. Depends on how long you have been experiencing these pains and how severe they are. If it gets worse and it becomes unbearable it could be something serious so please go see a doc. Don’t try to diagnose yourself online because EVERYONE is different.
Answer by crazyem
if this has been going on for a while, I would check with my doctor to rule out fibromyalgia, lupus, and related chronic illnesses
Answer by krb
Could be something viral … you may not have a fever with a viral infection … or at least a low grade fever. Do you have any other symptoms? How long has it been going on? i would say if has been going on for greater then 3 days I would see a doctor.
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nausea fatigue: What causes dizziness, achy joints, mild nausea, and fatigue?