Ok so everything started out when I was little having constant fatigue, stomach pains, and the occasion to pass out, plus getting sick very easily. Finally in high school my mom took me to the doctor to be tested for hypoglycemia and lactose intolerance. Positive results. Passing out became less frequent but fatigue and stomach pains didn't. two years ago I went on medical leave from school because I had gotten the flu and my fatigue went crazy. I was sleeping 22 hours a day for a month straight. Got diagnosed with narcoplesy, undiagnosed, diagnosed with sleep apnea, undiagnosed, finally diagnosed with chronic fatigue, asthma, low blood pressure, and multiple vitamin and mineral deficiencies including calcium, vitamin D, and iron deficient anemia. So now I am on to figure out the stomach problems. I know there is no way I have all these problems and they are not connected. I have adbominal pain, bloating, muscle cramps, diarrhea, and nausea every time I eat. If anyone can think of what could cause all these things please tell me because the doctors just give me stuff for the symptoms and not the cause.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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