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Constantly sick in stomach, headaches, memory lapses, tiredness. What to do ?

Ive been unwell for a couple of months now. I almost constantly feel sick although im never actually sick, i get headaches and stomach pains (like where my belly button is) ive been having lapses in my memory whereby ive done something and have no recollection of it and im constantly tired. I also get pains in my knees that make it awful to do anything as they ache whatever i try. I also get pain in my lower back if i stand for too long.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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hi there!
would like to know more about your moods lately. has it been sad, depressed or irritable, as the signs like feeling unwell,multiple body pains, easy tiredness and loss of memory can happen in Depression also.
also let me know about your energy levels in the morning, are they good, bad,its just another day for you?
one more, are you enjoying the activities which you used to enjoy previously?
wish you sound health.
Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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