Chronic Fatigue Med

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Marilyn Says:
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I have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. Have suffered with both for years. There are times when I don't have enough energy to get out of bed for days. Plus, sleep for 24 to 36 hrs straight. Only to go to bathroom then back to sleep. I have no quality of life. Used to travel for my career and never stopped. This doing nothing is not me. My family and friends don't understand why I am not up and about as I used to be. My FIBRO pain is mostly under control, but nothing I have tried has controlled my chronic fatigue. Biochemic cell salts is working for the FIBRO. Any suggestions? Willing to try anything. Am now looking at natural meds. Several are available but don't know what is best. Very confused. Almost missed my mothers funeral. Sad situation. People need me and I am letting them down. Once again please any suggestions. Thanks for being there.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Marilyn! How are you? I am very sorry about what you're going through.

Chronic fatigue is often a symptoms of Fibromyalgia that many people complain about.

But what have you already tried to help with it? You may get more advice if people know the baseline.

Do you take any prescription medications?

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marilyn Says:

Right now my perscription drugs are LOR TAB,FENTINAL PATCH,PAXIL,WELLBUTRIN , LORAZAPAM ,ACIPEX,B12 shots,VITAMINE D. ,INSTAFLEX. I think that just about does it.

I have tried Acupuncture,a device in my back to stimulate the nerves in my legs,hypnosis, physical theraphy and that is all I can think of at the moment.

When I say I have tried it all. This backs me up.

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Mickey Says:

Have you been checked for Addisons Disease? I was just wondering because I know someone who had the same symptoms and after 3 yrs found out she had Addisons.

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Nimmu Says:
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What medicine can I take for hand and leg pain, bone weakness, headaches and not able to do any work as a result of feeling very tired?

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