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Fatigue, body pains, excessive sleepiness throughout the day, hot flashes, severe sneezing, taking multivitamin. What do these symptoms indicate?

Hi, I been having very unusual symptoms that I can t really say I ve ever had before. Basically Im fatigued ..litterally sleeping all day for the past week, can t seem to stay awake for more than 6-8 hours out of 24. My body aches, hot flashes when Im asleep but not really cold . No fever though, feeling overall just very weak. no cough maybe a bit more sneezing than usual. I hear sinus infections can cause you to feel fatigued and body aches but I ve been having sinus problems since I can remember and this is something like I said, Ive never felt. I just started taking a multivitamin a couple weeks ago, it was really starting to make me better but than this.. More info: 18 years of age, 115 pounds, 5 3
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jun 2012
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Pulmonologist 's  Response
thanks for sharing on HCM
u r very much fatigued
there are many diseases causing intense fatigue
u r also overweight
which may be a cause of fatigue
u need to exclude diabetes, thyroid disorders and other endocrinal problems
u need to have FBS, PPBS, FT4, TSH and LIPID PROFILE DONE
u say u ve been suffering from sinusitis, yes it can cause these symptoms along with symptoms of sinusitis
u need to have proper assessment of chronic sinusitis with CT scan and management accordingly
another thing u should have done i.e. hb, PBS, complete hemogram
u need to consult ENT specialist and an endocrinologist
i think u ll get ur ans by this protocol
thank u
regards dr. arnab maji
Answered: Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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Radiologist Dr. Rajesh Kapur's  Response
Hypothyroidism, which is low thyroid hormone state, makes one generally slow and tiresome as also putting on unexplained weight. You may want to rule this out by doing a simple blood test at your neighbourhood laboratory. Just a suggestion.
Dr Rajesh Kapur
Answered: Mon, 11 Jun 2012
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