I feel silly because none of these symptoms are all that serious, but put them together and it's difficult to get through daily life. Every few weeks, it's the same: low-grade fever (99-99.8ish) + light-headed + muscle fatigue. This lasts for a few days, during which time I feel useless. Very difficult to get out of bed, let alone make it through the day.
In between these episodes, I generally feel ok but always have an underlying fatigue. My brain is working / not tired, however it feels like my body is being weighed down.
I have had blood work done and it shows everything within normal ranges (slightly low blood pressure, slightly hyper-thyroidism...but all within normal range).
About 10 years ago I had pain in my jaw, and after many months of visiting numerous doctors, they found that I have osteoarthritis in my jaw. That doctor did blood work and told me that my "ANA?" numbers showed antibodies that typically mean an autoimmune disorder. However since I had no symptoms I probably didn't have anything.
Over the last few years, I've given birth twice. Both healthy pregnancies / healthy deliveries / healthy babies (thank goodness!).
Flash forward to today and I have no idea if these things have anything to do with one another, but I'm wondering about others' experiences and if anyone has ideas. Thanks!
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