Extreme tiredness

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I have been tested and diagnosed with a weak performing gallbladder, no stones.  I get a pain on my right side just below the rib gage after eating. Not with every meal.  I am expierenceing extreme fatigue and tiredness. I go to bed tired and wake up tired even after a sound 8 hour sleep.  I use a CPAP MACHINE every sleeping moment.  I recently had my oxygen tested over night and was around 95 all night. This has been for a less 4 years with no answers.

 So if anyone has found the answer to this in their life's experience please let me know.

Yes, Dirksky

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    Have you been tested for Diabetes?
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    • Posted

      I was tested for Diabetes and was neg.

      my diet is good

      i am 81 and have had all the tests possible and no answers.  The tiredness and fatigue is still there and I have been given no answers.

      my sleep doctor did give me a pill to pep me up.

      thanks for your replay.

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      This tired feeling has been going for about 7 years and the test reveal nothing.  Iam thinking I will have to live with it.

      See the picture.  Thanks for your comments 

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      Hi Sir,

      I am also searching for reasons for extreme fatigue. I was just discharged 2 days ago for gall stones. I opted not to remove gall bladder. However I am extremely tired after lots of rest and experiencing symptoms like yours. You got to have gall stones. Everybody does. get a proper scan done. I am certain its the gallstones causing the fatigue.

       

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    What is your diet like? Low Fat high protien can be difficult? Get your THYROID checked.. could be underactive..
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