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Hello everyone. I'm a 25 year old girl/woman from the Netherlands. I am struggling with my health for a few years already. So far I can't find any solutions or causes, so I thought I try here. Maybe someone here can help me a bit further.
I have had a lot of health problems in my entire life. But this tiredness started about 3 years ago. I started to do naps after work, cause I just couldn't stay up anymore. It went good for a few weeks and then it started over again. When I went on a holiday to Vienna for a week, I came back totally exhausted. I thought I was tired from the trip but I just didn't recover anymore.
After a while I started to notice I did good for 2 weeks, and extremely bad for another 2 weeks. I noticed it followed my menstruation cyclus. So I changed from a "combined pill" to a "mini pill". I don't menstruate anymore.
It went better with my tiredness a little while. Then it started to get worse and worse again. Now it follows the moon. With full moon I get so extremely tired, that I sometimes have trouble walking or even moving. Sometimes I can't lift my arms or legs anymore, because I do not have the strength anymore.
Normally it goes better when full moon is over. But between the full moons I stil feel tired and worn out.
My most important symptoms are:
- extremely exhausted
- sometimes too tired to move arms or legs
- I can feel less in my arms and legs
- high heart rate
- shortage of breath
- high body temperature
- brain fog
- I sometimes have trouble to find words
- it gets worse during full moon
- Weight gaining. I gained 16 kilos in a bit more than a year. It stopped now, but I still am not able to lose weight.
I am taking vitamin pills cause. Vitamin D is helping a bit. I feel better when I take extra magnesium as well. I take vitamin b12 pills as well. My b12 was good, but could be higher.
So far my doctor has tested me on: Thyriod, Hemoglobin, Diabetes, B12, Lyme disease, Pheiffer (had that already when I was 12), CPK. It's all normal.
I am pretty sure it's not mental problems and It's not due to stress.
Does anyone has ideas what this can be or maybe what else my doctor can test on?
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