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Always felling tired with only one surgery in whole life

I am 35 years old female, height 5 5 and 190 lbs mom of 4 teens. My oldest is 18 and other 3 are 15 and 12. I stay extremely tired. Coffee doesn t help. I only drink water and 2 cups of coffee a day. I don t take energy shots, soda pops or energy drinks that s never been something I enjoy and I don t eat candy or sugar foods either . I can get up in the morning and about 2 hrs into the day i want to just go lay back down and sleep. I constantly crave ice. I also try waiting as long as I can before I eat when i am hungry because when i do eat it makes me so tired i can t function. i was tested for diabetic since my mom, grandmother, and great grandmother are all diabetics but negative. I have only had one surgery my entire life and that was a c-section for my twins back in 1998. i was asked to take a blood transfusion but refused one.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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hi welcome to health care magic.see have you ever check your blood pressure?if it become low so you get tired.also check your routien blood chechk up as you have low hb you may get tired easily.take vital z powder when ever you feel you take this it gives you energy.avoid tention and worry take proper sleep and eat green leafy vegetables.



Answered: Fri, 8 Jul 2011
General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
welcome to healthcaremagic
its clear that you are grossly anaemic thats why blood tranfusion advised
get a medical check up and get a complete haemogram done and also a thyroid function test needed .
proper diagnosis is essential for proper management
you are over weight also
take balnced healthy diets it should be divided in break fast lunch evenig tea with snacks and dinner
get a check up and follow advice .you will be all right
Answered: Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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