There are many reasons for increased fatigue - including kidney, liver, thyroid disease, anemia, and depression to name just a few.
You may want to inquire about whether the Paxil you are taking is giving you fatigue as a side effect. A TSH test can be done to see if the hypothyroidism is undertreated.
Blood tests for liver and kidney disease, as well as a blood count to evaluate for anemia should be considered.
I would discuss these tests with your personal physician.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.
I am 38 and have experienced most of what you mention. I was finally diagnosed with Crohn's disease and fibromyalgia. I did not get better until I cut out all sugar (I do not have any in my house), pop, fast food, ...... I drink water, take lots of supplements (whole food), walk for exercise, and pray. I do feel sooooo much better. My numbness and tingling are gone. Every once in a while, I will sense a fleeting tingling somewhere and then it is gone. I was also checked for MS and thankfully it was neg. I still messup and occasionally have something sweet ( organic brownie) and then I can feel dizzy or just worse. I have definitley seen a direct correlation with what I put into my body and my health. I enjoyed the book by Jordan Rubin The Maker's Diet and Patient Heal Thyself. I also read www.mercola.com for info. I take probiotics for my colon. I hope this helps. I has taken a whole life change but it is so worth it. Wish you the best.
For this I paid $15!!! I could have asked my 10 year old and got the same answer!!!! Thanks a lot Doc!
you may have sleep apnea and dont know it....do you snore at night? ask your md about this possibility...you need a sleep study to confirm...good luck
I too would suggest a sleep study for sleep apnea. Good luck!