I'm a 15 year old girl, and physically week. I find it hard to do thing and opening bottle tops and sometimes even walking is a struggle for me. My friends all can do strenuous things and i can't. Sometimes it stops me doing things that i wish i could do like joining in in activitys and doing general things. I miss out on doing things with my family and friends due to the fact i cannot get up. So why am i so week? :confused:
I'm also what i would call very lazy, i can sleep all day and all night, but its not like i have a choice. It is as though someone has drugged me and i am passed out and when i wake up i am very groggy and find it hard to get out of bed. They when i acctually find the strength to get out of bed for about on hour i feel faint and then blackness closes in around my eyes and have to sit down. I miss out on doing things with my family and friends due to the fact i cannot get up. I must have at least 12 hours of sleep a day, but even if when i have school and i go to bed a 7 so i have 12 hours of sleep for when i wake up at 7, yet i still have this groggy horrible feeling, fainty feeling. But even by going to bed earlier i still sleep. Why is this? :(
Then there is the fact that i have a very low immune system does this have anything to do with it? I'm all the while, my mom has started calling me sick note but sometimes i think my mom thinks i'm lying but i really am ill. I don't want to ask to go see the docter because of this. My mom will think it is a waste of time and put it down to being lazy. Sometimes my mom puts it down to periods but i get off and on my period and i'm not even due on most the time and i started feeling like this 3-4 years ago i only started my period around 2 years ago? :mad:
My two friends who have minor anemia said i could be anemic but i don't think i am, yes i have the tierdness symptom but i don't think i am at all.
Is it just my age?
Am i just lazy?
Do my hormones have anything to do with it?
Could some one please help me? I have been like this for 3-4 years and i would really like to sort it out.
Thank you :D
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