Nausea, Lack of Appetite, Fatigue, Muscle Soreness, Weakness…What could it be?
For the last couple of days I’ve been experiencing:
Nausea,
Lack of Appetite,
Fatigue,
Muscle Soreness,
Weakness
Lethargy
Headaches
i’m in late teens, female.
I do not have a fever, but it’s been continuous. Ive tried the basic “at home” meds to relieve these but I can’t find any relief.
My muscles are sore, and I have NO ENERGY! I can barely lift my arms without them feeling “weighted down”.
Ive heard of fibromyalgia, but i dont know if that’s it.
Any ideas? Remedies? or Similar cases?
thanks xoxo
OH AND,
I will sleep for like 15 hrs and still feel really tired. Im so tired all the time, no matter how much i sleep.
[im not depressed]

Answer by Deeje
are you or could you be pregnant?

Answer by live.laugh.love<3
Those are actually all the symptoms of type 1 diabetes. We learned them all in health class. Idk, i just saw them and thought of that, but i doubt you have them. Go to a doctor and get checked out, it may be something serious, but not atken full effect yet! Get going now! Go to the ER if you have to! It actually may be mono too! My sister had that and she had all those symptoms too! She was really sore for no reason, ate like..nothing. slept all day and night, and never got out of bed. Go to the doctor because mono can get really bad tooo!

Good luck, take some aspirin, talk to your rents, and get going!

feel better <3

Answer by Dior
sounds like the flu!! Also if you are a teenager, a university student, a stressed out workaholoic, and well pretty much anyone since everyone has a busy stressfull life these days, then its normal to be tired all the time

Answer by Heather
Here are the things I came up with that seem to match your symptoms:

1. Hypocalcemia is an abnormally low level of calcium in the blood. It may be caused by low levels of parathyroid hormone (hypoparathyroidism). Other causes of hypocalcemia include vitamin D deficiency, kidney failure, acute pancreatitis, or insufficient magnesium and protein in the blood.

2. Mononucleosis, also called “mono,” is a common viral illness that can leave you feeling tired and weak for weeks or months. Mono goes away on its own, but lots of rest and good self-care can help you feel better.

3. Iron deficiency anemia occurs when your body doesn’t have enough iron. Iron is important because it helps you get enough oxygen throughout your body. Your body uses iron to make hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a part of your red blood cells. Hemoglobin carries oxygen through your body. If you do not have enough iron, your body makes fewer and smaller red blood cells. Then your body has less hemoglobin, and you cannot get enough oxygen.

4. Having chronic kidney disease means that for some time your kidneys have not been working the way they should. Your kidneys have the important job of filtering your blood. They remove waste products and extra fluid and flush them from your body as urine. When your kidneys do not work right, wastes build up in your blood and make you sick.Chronic kidney disease may seem to have come on suddenly. But it has been happening bit by bit for many years as a result of damage to your kidneys.Each of your kidneys has about a million tiny filters, called nephrons. If nephrons are damaged, they stop working. For a while, healthy nephrons can take on the extra work. But if the damage continues, more and more nephrons shut down. After a certain point, the nephrons that are left cannot filter your blood well enough to keep you healthy. There are things you can do to slow or stop the damage to your kidneys. Taking medicines and making some lifestyle changes can help you manage your disease and feel better. Chronic kidney disease is also called chronic renal failure or chronic renal insufficiency.

5. Stress

Answer by justmeinthisworld
FMs is LONG TERM symtoms–not a few days

coudl be many things including a vitaminn deficeincy, mono, lymes, cancer, etc

nausea lethargy: Nausea, Lack of Appetite, Fatigue, Muscle Soreness, Weakness…What could it be?

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