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Extreme fatigue, light periods, tender breasts, not ovulated this month. Causes for symptoms?

Hello, I am a 23 year old girl. I have recently (about two weeks ago) started feeling extremely fatigued. To the point where I am fighting to stay awake at work. I had my last period on 26 december, it was lighter then ussual and very painful. It lassted 4 days. Also I normally have tender brests between ovulation and menstrattion, they are still not sore whichleads me to believe I have not ovulated. Please any advise on what could be wrong and what I can do to help the fatigue. I have even gone to an optomitrrist and received reading glasses.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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you better check your thyroid harmoneT3,T4,TSH,Hb%,TC,DC&ESR and consult a physician. as scanty menstruation ,excessive sleepiness,fatigue may be due to hypothyroidism or anaemia which are the common causes which can be cofirmed or excluded with the above tests.
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