Patient Comments: Fatigue - Causes
If known, what was the cause of your fatigue? Please share your experience.
A Doctor's View on Why Am I So Tired? The Many Causes of Fatigue
Read the Comment by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD
Fatigue is a common complaint by many people. Busy lifestyles, children, work, and the day to day stresses can cause a person to become consistently tired. Other things that may cause fatigue is pregnancy, sleep problems, medication, mental health issues, and diseases such as diabetes, thyroid disorders, the flu, mono, COPD, heart failure, and asthma. Read the entire Doctor's View
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