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Fatigue, heavy head, aching body?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 25, 2010
  • 09:24 PM

I know this may be long but I'd really appreciate the help :).
So recently my muscles started really aching for no reason; especially in my neck and back. Also, my head feels like it's extremelly heavy and almost like my neck cannot hold it up.
I also keep getting this feeling where i become extremelly tired and lethargic. Today for example, one minute i was jumping up and down in a amazing mood then suddenly my body started to ache and i felt extremelly exausted. My boyfriend got extremelly worried because i could hardly keep my eyes open and i was just lounging everywhere, i was even slurring my words a little.
I sometimes also find it really hard to get up or bend over, despite not doing anything to injure myself.
Other thing i sometimes feel is light headeadness and fainty with slight headaches but nothing major.
I also got a strange bruise on my wrist with like blood spots around it, i'm not sure if that had anything to do with it or whether i just caught it without noticing?
I have had no previous ilnesses, the only thing i suffer from is mild asthma. I'm a pretty healthy 16 year old girl.
Does anyone have any idea what I should do? or what the possible causes could be perhaps?

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  • I don`t mean to scary you but this could be serious,you have to see a Neurologist,sounds very much like a Degenerative Disorder(MS) or a Autoimune Disorder(Lupus).Pls take it serious
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  • It's scary that a lot of my symptoms are similar to the ones of MS. I will definatly get this checked out.Thanks.
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