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Got infection like yellow tongue, temporary blindness. Feels tired. Diagnosed with sleep apnea. Using cpap machine. Not cured

about 20 yrs ago on holiday i got infection, yellow tongue , swollen glands, temporary blindness for approx 12hours, got backhome and was tested, treated and recovered from glandular fever?, since then ive always be tired/ fatiged and have been diagnosed with sleep apnea (3 yrs ago), using a cpap machine, still tired all the time, is the tirdness connecected? full bloods done few weeks ago all clear but want to test again in few weeks for liver function can all this be connected ?
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Feb 2018
Hi. If all the tests are normal , you are on CPAP, is there any discord in family or at workplace. Is there a mental tension or introvert feeling or of disdain or discord ? Just to get this too covered.
Answered: Sat, 28 Dec 2013
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