Upper left quadrant pain with constant fatigue and normal blood tests can be due to severe acidity with H pylori infection. This can be diagnosed by carbon urea breath test or endoscopy. Other possibility is a spleen infection. It can also be Crohn’s disease.
Postviral fatigue syndrome is another possibility. Persisting EBV infection or mono can also be the cause. If all these are ruled out then yes, it could be chronic fatigue syndrome.
Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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Thank you for your reply, I just got a chest x-ray done, waiting for the results.
I have an additional question. I have been suffering from hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating) from my underarms for which i get botox for and it eliminates the sweating problem. I was wondering If the botox injections can cause CFS like syndrome? I have been getting them for years now and the CFS symptoms also started around the same time..
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