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Crippling Fatigue

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Male, 23, 170 lbs, 5'10

Symptoms include: Severe chronic fatigue that has gradually gotten worse and worse over the course of the past 6 years, no energy whatsoever, sort of like a drunk feeling too, Head often feels very tired and heavy, consistent yawning throughout the day, inability to concentrate/focus, brain fog, overall cognitive ability has declined sharply, many mornings mouth & throat are dry, every once in a while throat feels sore like I'm getting sick but then goes away the next day, lower libido, I feel more anxious/stressed easily where everything feels like a chore. I typically fall asleep fairly quickly, Head dizziness/pain when standing after laying, wake up 1-2 times a night to pee, my hearing seems slightly muffled, headaches every once in a while but not too often, some acid reflux history, night sweats many nights, I feel intoxicated a lot easier. Sometimes I get this weird feeling like I'm not in real life. Tough to explain. Also, I have slightly elevated CO2 levels, but nothing dangerous.

I DO NOT snore and DO NOT suffer from insomnia. I know that there are many sleep disorders but the most common are sleep apnea/central sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless leg syndrome, periodic limb movement, etc. Any thoughts/ideas??

p.s. I have a sleep study scheduled for next week.

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You will need to see your health care provider. Per the TOS, we cannot provide medical advice.

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Aside from the fact that you are posting in a forum on politics, you need to know that we are not allowed to give medical advice anywhere on the site. You need to see your own doctor.

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As everyone said previously, we cannot provide medical advice per our Terms of Service.

You need to continue to follow up with your healthcare providers and get the medical advice you require from them. Good luck on the sleep study and we wish you well.

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