I had Fibromaylgia symptoms for 22 years now...I got a diagnosis approx. 9 years later. I have suffered a great deal. I now have adrenal fatigue...my lab value for DHEA was 5.6 (range for my age should be 35-135). I have also had problems with EBV last November my numbers all 3 parameters were up. My titers were 15 x higher than the levels in July. The fatigue is killing me and I am not able to take any time off work. So I go to work and then i come home and sleep, sometimes not even remembering falling asleep...my head hits the pillow and I am out. I sometime if I don't get alot of sleep I am falling asleep sitting up at work. My doctors just tell me dont worry your numbers can stay high for a long time and the low DHEA they tell me don't worry that decreases with age. I have also gotten sick so much lately it is ridiculous. Does anyone now of any homeopathic remedies I could try...giving up on Doctors. I have soldiered on with the fibromyalgia for years but this fatigue is absolutely ruining my life.
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