Conditions with symptom: 'tiredness'
Liver inflammation caused by a virus. Read more →
A condition that commonly causes sufferers to have an irresistible tendency to fall asleep at any time of day, often at inappropriate times such as eating or in the middle of a conversation. Read more →
A potentially fatal bacterial infection that is typically passed through sexual contact. In its first stage syphilis is characterised by small sores called chancres (pronounced shankers) that appear wherever the infection was transmitted, typically on… Read more →
An incurable sexually transmitted virus that attacks the body's immune system, which provides a natural defence system against disease and infection. Read more →
Tonsillitis is a common, contagious infection that, along with flu, counts as one of the biggest banes in the lives of employers up and down the country. Read more →
Prostatitis is caused by the inflammation of the prostate, often caused by a bacterial infection. Read more →
Diabetes affects over 2 million people in the UK alone and many more worldwide. Read more →
Sunburn is caused by ultraviolet (UV) light overheating and blistering your skin. Read more →
I have the symptoms of Blepharospasm, but it seems to be directly linked to feeling tired all the time. Does anyone know if it's common to have both tiredness and Blepharospasm, for all I know it could be that the tiredness all the time has caused the Blepharospasm to occur. Thanks David
Why do people who have type 1 diabtes feel extreme tiredness?
When my blood sugar is a little hi or low I feel really drained and need sleep. So keep an eye on your bloods
hi i am 23 and have had the implant in for 2 years now and my bleeding has always been irregular i am now having symptoms of being pregnant i.e. no periods, waight gain, sickness, tender breasts and tiredness i have done 2 home tests and both have come back negative is there a chance i could be pregnant??
Hi im 20 on aug 16 2012 i had thecoil fitted ever since i have been on my period. Im very heavy all the time persistant tiredness, and now getting really bad pain abd cramps. Is this normal?? I already am anemic. But i think ive lost alot of blood. Ive gone through over 250 pads from my start date to present date please someone help me xc
Im 19 years old and I have had for a while a red cluster of what seems to be a veiney spot on the outside of my breast. I have had one large one for a while and more recently some smaller ones have appeared. I am worried as i have been having bloods and samples taken at the doctors because of complaints of tiredness and nothing has been found, im scared to go back to the doctors with this problem incase they think im wasting their time. Please help!
i suffer quite badly from tiredness, i can literally fall asleep at the drop of a hat, i usually have about 7 hours sleep a night, i go to the toilet for a pee, about twice an hour,and crave sweet things, however i am pretty active at the gym at least 3 or 4 times a week and also coach 2 childrens football teams, i have been advised by friends to get checked out for diabetes
Hi I definitely would go and get checked out there is know harming on getting check out so that your doctor can put you on the right treatment for you if you have diabetes all the best of luck to youm
I am 17 and i have been having a few problems with my ears i have been gettin bad neck ache, headaches, dizziness, nausea, upset stomach, breathing difficulties and aching muscles in my arms and legs, tiredness and sore ears and it feels like liquid is coming out of my ears but i do not have a fever i do not know what is causing this. Is this an ear infection or is it something worse? xx
Every time I eat something carb based I always become extremely bloated, suffer from stomach pains, tiredness, become gassy and sometimes need to go the toilet immedianteley afterwards. After a recent visit to my doctors he informed me that it was because I am 18 and and have an unhealthy diet, this is not the case. I ensure I have my five day and have a salad everynight as part of my main meal, I do ocassionally indulge in chocolate, however this was not as often as he suggested. When I informed him of this he merely said it was my age.
I was due on my period on the 1st of november, I have not come on but i have been getting the same symptoms e.g Bloated stomach, slight cramps, tiredness. My boyfriend has touched me before but he has washed his hands everytime just incase he touched himself and got any sperm on them. This was to avoid pregnancy if it could happen this way? Im 15 years old by the way, could this be because they wil not be settled into a pattern yet, i have had my period for about 2 years. I have been stressing out about this quite a lot so any advice please!?
Hiya, im 19 years old (female) and have had server pain in the upper abdominal since i was about 15. i also get sickness, bloating and constipation, headaches and tiredness. when the pain flares up it stops me from working and doing day to day things as its that bad. iv been to doctors and they just say its stress or diet, i have a normal/healthy diet. iv also been tested for celiac disease or cyst on my ovaries and its not any of them. iv also had my appendix and gallbladder out early last year. please help :)
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Hi I'd say go bak to ur doctors and asked to be tested for crohns it's the only way u will know
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