Ok, here's the deal.
19 year old guy.
This has been happening for a year now.
Let's put it like this, half of a week I feel very bad, rest of it - good. It can also be that I feel bad 7 days in a row, 2 days feel normal, and then again I feel bad. The conclusion for this is that something is causing this and that it is irregular.
How can the "feeling very bad" thing be described?
I wake up in the morning, and feel tired...want to continue sleeping and if I get up and go to university, then all the time I'm kinda blurry...in a way that it is hard to concentrate, drive car...my head is like daft,dizzy (feels like the same, when one is getting better from a fever, but still has this daft head). So the daft head is the main symptom.
In addition, during those "bad feeling days" I urinate excessively...(~every hour, but it is not like that, that I wake up at night and urinate)....I don't feel like eating - very bad appetite(I eat, but only because I have to), then I have cold hands all the time, and overall feel tired... hard to breathe fully (hard to take full maximum breath).
I remember myself 2 years ago - it was nothing like this..woke up every morning - felt perfect - was able to study all day, etc. do whatever I want.
I do sports (during the days I feel good) and everything is fine, but the worst thing is that I'll never know when the next day of "feeling bad" will come, and I can have 7 good days in a row, and suddenly I'll wake up in the morning, and feel very bad (symptoms I described).
Of course, I have gone to my doctor, but the thing is, that when I feel good, I enjoy every second of my life, I feel really happy, and I try not to think of the possible "bad day" tomorrow, therefore I don't go to doctor.
I did full blood tests - quite okay, I have done also other tests, such as, stomach sonografia and they all didn't say anything bad.
I'm not taking ANY medication, only daily vitamins (Centrum and other before).
My life is kinda stressful, etc., BUT I believe that this is nothing to do with that, as it is irregular - it is not continuous - it starts,stops, and starts again.
I have tried to think of something specific I do that would cause it (eat, etc.), but NOTHING comes in my mind that would cause this..
What do you guys think?
I'm really looking forward to hear your opinion! :)
Thanks in advance!
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