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Most of the time if I walk to work, I start shaking really bad and feel faint

Hi, I feel weak often and also feel tired. But most of the time if I walk to work, I start shaking really bad and feel faint. I also get very light headed and feel like fainting , but I never do. I had anemia last year when I was pregnant but It seemed to get better. I went to the docter and I didn t have an iron deficancy or any vitamin problems. I went for a barium study to see if I had a bleeding ulcer but the results were clear. From the blood tests and study, they couldn t find out why I was anemic . I sort of believe I never got rid of it either. Things seem to have worsened except my sleeping. I used to sleep 15 hours a day when I was pregnant but now I at least need 10 to function properly.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Feb 2011
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Get your stools examined for the occult blood caused due to worm infestation, as well get your thyroid levels checked, any derangement of thyroid hormones can make you lethargic and weak.

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Mon, 14 Feb 2011
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