I have been suffering too long and just getting bounced from doctor to doctor. I've been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, adrenal fatigue and a pituitary microadenoma. Oh yea, depression too. I feel like **** at least 90% of my days. I get overwhelmed very easily, any stress to me can put me down for the day. Stress to me lately can be the phone ringing too much or traffic etc. Is there anyone with any advice on what to check or questions to ask. I'm wasting away. 10 hours of sleep and Adderall xr 20mg daily, synthroid, and vitamins and I can barely breath or keep mmy eyes open. Are these related symptoms?
I have exactly the same. Endo not interested in my microadenoma or symptoms which are put down to cfs (bucket syndrome by nhs). So frustrating. I have pretty much given up now.
Have you ad to notify dvla? I will have to now, concerned re outcome. Lost job too..grrrrr.
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