I'm new here so just a quick wave to everybody around before i begin
I'm a 23 year old student and recently ran into some trouble.
Right before my exams started at the start of June i got muscle twitches.
They didn't come alone because before that i was generally more tired then usual and feeling off a lot. Also I got muscle aches for no apparent reason and kept feeling sick. Somethimes when i went up the stairs my legs felt like somebody poured cement around them.
I firstly went to the doctor at the start of july. He pulled blood and guessed it was a magnesium shortage. I was pritty glad since that whould sort things out ! The results from the blood confirmed it i guess and i started taking magnesium.
Now it's been easily over a month and the twitching and muscle aches have improved, actuelly where gone from a while. Thing is i never stoped feeling tired/off/generally bad!
People often tell me I look really pale. I often feel like i'm ill but with no real "pain" like you would have with a stumic flu or something like that. I get a 8 hour sleep normally but still spend the day nodding off/feeling tired. If i go out on a weekend (meaning less sleep) I just feel like a wreck the next day. I'm talking situations I used to be able to handle without a problem and where my friends who had very little sleep for 3 weekends and work trough the week are more fit then me! On top of that the muscle twitches seem to be coming back at times as i somethimes get them for a short period. Difference is that now they are much more stronger but less in number.
I whould go back to the doctor but basicly i've got no clue what to tell him. I've gone 3 times in a short while allready (irritated bowl/ear infection/twitches). This all also annoys me because I used to be the healtiest person around. Basicly if a flu was going around everybody in the house whould get it but I wouldn't or i'd get it but get rid of it in a day while anybody else was sick for 3 days.
I hope anybody has any sort of advice for me!
Ps. I hope i placed this right i was doubing about it for a while!
Ps 2. Sorry for any mistakes in spelling/other writing but i'm not a native english speaker and i'm trying my very best!
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