So all my life I have been very thin and Im a tall person (5 foot 8) who has long arms and legs so it makes me look even thinner. I cant seem to put on weight or keep it on for long. I would like to but cant. Ever since I was a teenager I started getting very dizzy and blacking out (cant see) when I stood up. Sometimes its worse times than others... my body gets all tingly. I went to the docter and he just said dont stand up so fast!!! Well it started to get abit worse so I went back a couple years later and they did tests and everything came back normal. I thought foresure I had aenimia or something. I continued to have the same symptoms down the road a couple more years... but I started getting recurring yeast infections so I foresure I had diabetes or something? They ran blood tests and it came back normal. Recently I have started feeling worse..... very dizzy feeling, faintness, blacking out, my balance is all out of wack. I have trouble remembering stuff, I feel confused alot of the time and find it very hard to concentrate. I really feel SO tired all the time even when I have had sufficient sleep, I feel especially tired in the mornings and feel zombielike... cant concentrate etc. My body just feels so tired to do anything. I work at home so I dont really go out unless its for groceries and stuff. I feel nauseous in the mornings as well. I have bad circulation I think and now Im noticing that my hands and feet go somewhat numb abit. Im always hungry... and thirsty.... I crave alot of sugar.... and drink alot of pop. And also I started getting the yeast infections again, I've had 2 this month :( I dont want to go to the same docter because he doesnt seem to be of much help but where I live.... no docters are taking new patients so I will have to go to a walk in clinic docter. I dont know wut it is that is causing this stuff but its very frustrating because I dont feel ok. I feel as if theres something seriously wrong.
I do have a history of depression but Im not on any meds for it.
Anybody else have the same thing or know someone who does?
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