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tiredness for 2years now(2008 till now)

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  • Posted By: kelechi
  • July 11, 2010
  • 02:21 PM

Hi i have been feeling tired for the past 2years it all started in 2008 when i went 2 school all of a sudden i felt dizzy in class it was like there was a force than hit me. Went to a hospital nothing was said to be wrong with me except some scanty form of P.falciparium seen in my blood i was given drugs but after taken the drugs the tiredness continued the doctor ran some other test on me test like serum electrolyte, LFT, G6pd, stool analysis. The result came out and it was found out that i was g6pd deficient and some enzymes in my liver was slightly elevated it was treated and the doctor said i should abstain from drugs that has 'ouine' on them and sulfur drugs and some certain food. The point is that after all these i still feel very tired mostly in the mornings when i eat i feel a bit better i have been suffering this tiredness for 2years now i have even taken some blood purification herbs and some bitters it still continues plz some tell me what is wrong with me

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  • Seeing you feel better after eatting.. I suggest you to make sure you havent got low glucose levels... hypoglycemia. That can also make you feel tired and dizzy. I myself have found that many doctors if your glucose results come back low, often ignore this issue (as they are more interested in things like diabetes.. so often ignore the results going the other way). So find out what your glucose results were and MAKE SURE they are in the labs level of normal range. Be aware also that there is a lot of discrepancy out there of just what low levels start to cause symptoms as it all depends so much on the individual person.
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