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    It sure did for me although I might characterize it as extreme fatigue.  The thought of driving to the market for groceries seemed impossible for a while, driving anywhere.  It was a combination of physical tiredness and mental fogginess where I just thought I could easily get into an accident or perhaps pass out.  

    It did pass, was one of the first parts to go, after probably 1-2 months, maybe 3. 

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      Thank you, that has made me feel better. I thought i was just being lazy. When i do anything energetic, or even riding on buses, i have to rest for hours afterwards. I really appreciate your reply.
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      That's exactly it. I would need to take breaks for doing seemingly little work just to recoup. For a while I thought I was losing it since no doctor ever explained it to me, basically nerves in your neck can create what appears to be any symptoms. Only later did I begin to have neck pain itself.

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      Thank you. My doctors don't seem interested in explaining it to me nor doing anything about it. I was just told to take paracetamol and live with it.

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