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    Have you been checked for coeliacs and chronic fatigue - just two conditions I know that often go undiagnosed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopeg View Post
    Have you been checked for coeliacs and chronic fatigue - just two conditions I know that often go undiagnosed.
    Thx Mopeg! I am getting a colonoscopy as a result of gastrointestinal symptoms and the testing of a stool(poo) sample. I'm seeing a specialist soon.
    As far as chronic fatigue, gps tend to "write it off" as depression as it's far easier for them even although the symptoms are very real and debilitating.

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    Default Physical health taken a nosedive-searching for answers

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    Thx Mopeg! I am getting a colonoscopy as a result of gastrointestinal symptoms and the testing of a stool(poo) sample. I'm seeing a specialist soon.
    As far as chronic fatigue, gps tend to "write it off" as depression as it's far easier for them even although the symptoms are very real and debilitating.
    Dont give up hope. I had numerous GP's just shove meds in my hand saying I was depressed. Until I saw a chinese herbalist. I have chronic fatigue, something I knew but was denied the diagnosis due to a lack of western medicine beliefs.

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