I'm at the end of my rope. For months, I have been so tired it's all I can do to get out of bed. I cry on my way to work just thinking about facing another day. I can't concentrate. Sometimes I sleep too much, but most of the time, I can't get to sleep at night. I just lay there staring at the ceiling. I ache in my hands alot, and sometimes other joints will join the fun. The doc just blames it on my diabetes, but when the sugar is under control the fatigue is still there. Then they blame it on depression, but I"M NOT DEPRESSED! or at least I wasn't until I got so darn tired! Now... sure I am... wouldn't anyone be depressed when they are too tired to function for months at a time? I put some of my symptoms into google, and CFS was the first thing that popped up. When I read the web pages, almost ALL of my symptoms were listed! I know you guys aren't doctors, and can't diagnose me, but I just needed to vent to someone. I wish my doctor would stop trying to blame it on my mental status or sugar and actually figure out what is REALLY wrong with me!
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