I'm 24 and have been going to my GP for a numbr of years now complaining of being very tired and never feeling fully rested. I also have bad nights sleep and always feel too tired to get up in the morning. I have also been to my GP about numbness on my right side. mainly on my right outer thigh and my upper right arm below the elbow joint. My GP is concerned about my loss of sensation and I am going back to see him again next week so he can check variations in sensations. I have also previously been diagnosed with IBS and often have mood swings which other GP's have put down to depression which i know i am not depressed, i'm just frustrated about my lack of energy. I have had mumps in the past. I find myself feeling exhausted all the time and often feel weak. I sometimes find i can be stood around or walking and the earth feels like it moves underneath me. it's a bit like a bouncy castle sensation. I sometimes feel dizzy and a little sick and find it hard to get my bearings. I'm clumsy and often bang myself on things and have recently banged my leg in the same place 3 times in the same week. I find myself having short term memory problems and often can't find the right words when talking to people or people sound like they are mumbling. I also sometimes find it hard to register words and moving images. i have also suffered from anxiety attacks and heart palpitations for many years. I have also had tonsilitus on numerous occasions and am suffering from another bout of sinus congestion. i have had a number problems with my sinus' over the same period of my feeling tired. I am wondering if all of these symptoms are connected and what i need to be looking into with my gp for these symptoms.
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