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Tired, sweats, weight gain, forgets things, breathlessness, irregular periods, constipation, low sex drive

hia im 39yrs old female im very fed up with the way i feel, im always tired sweat all the time day and night got to write things down all the time or i will forget, gained a lot of weight even though i eat health most of the time, grumpy and irritable most days, breathlessness at times, irregular periods, weakness,constipation,cant concentrate very well,very low sex drive, and bruise very easily been to my gp many times do blood test on me and they come back fine or boarder line i really dont know what to do anymore.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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Thanks for your query
Based on the symptoms you have described it looks like you may be suffering from depression. The symptoms you are having are commonly seen in depression.It will be good if you meet a psychiatrist at your place. Also it is best advised for you to get a metabolic work up done.

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Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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