Hi my name is Kate. I am 22 years old and have been in and out of hospitals and clinics for 2 years now. I am 5'7 tall and 110 pounds.( yes, I always had trouble gaining weight) Since I had my csection in 2009 I have been extremely fatigued, night sweats, chills, fevers from 99.9 to 101 on a regular basis. I find it hard to handle cold or hot weather. Before my csection my blood pressure was at the normal 120/80 as was it always before. Now, my BP gets as low as 80/44. It is usually 90/60 now. I have fainting spells and blackouts. The doctors did numerous tests and found NOTHING. I was told to increase my salt intake and water. I eat A LOT of salt and water. If I don't carry a water bottle with me, I get dehydrated really fast for some reason. I get really winded doing things. I workout almost everyday for at least an hour. I am always chasing my 2 year old son around everywhere so I know I am getting enough exercise. I have no idea what to do and this fatigue and fainting has taken over my life. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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