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Feeling tired and shaky. Had kidney stones, arthritis, other health problems. How to overcome?

well i feel very tired and some days shakey and feel that its never gona go away, and over the past twelve months iv had kidney stones needles in my knees for arthristis lost our home husband just got job after been made redundant over a year ago, and was in bad health too for a while and i was off with aniexty but had gone back to work with reduced hours, but off at moment feeling shattered again, will this go
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Hi, Thanks for your question. Your problems seem to be multitude! My sympathies for all the financial trouble you have been through. Hope the worst is over for you. With regards to your tiredness, kindly make sure your GP has checked your kidney function and haemoglobin recently. You probably will be under followup for your kidney stones under a urologist, else ask your GP to refer you to one. As long as your kidney function is good, you need to drink plenty of fluids to prevent stones in your kidneys. Best wishes
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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