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Constantly tired, excessive sweating, cloudy thinking

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  • Posted By: one tired lady
  • January 21, 2011
  • 09:20 PM

I realize my symptoms are unusual, but before I make waves by going to the doctor (I'm not fond of my GP), I wondered if anyone could shed some light. I'm a 31-year-old female, slim and tall build, no known health conditions.

I have no idea if they're connected. I'll start by saying I am extremely tired, ALL of the time. It started about 3 months ago. I can get 4 hours, 8, 10...no matter what, I feel like I could lie down and sleep anywhere, any time. My thinking has become really muddled; the easiest things seem hard to me lately. I've also become a little obsessive, which I never was before...finger tapping, and thinking about the same things over and over and getting nowhere. I can't seem to control it, but it came out of nowhere.

I'm moodier than I used to be, and even irrational. My moods swing like crazy these days. I could even say I feel pretty depressed.

Also, my stomach bothers me a lot (mild nausea about every other day), I crave foods that aren't good for me, especially starchy and salty things (again, not like me), and I have started sweating a lot - particularly my feet, and occasional night sweats so bad I am soaking a t-shirt. My urine has taken on a pretty weird smell too, it smells like it's packed with hormones...it reeks. My period comes a few days earlier every month now.

Like I said, I'm not crazy about my doctor, so if anyone can share anything helpful with me, I will be so grateful, and can plan what to do next.

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