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I'm exhausted, have painful swollen lymph node in my right axillary area. anything to worry about


Posted by carm

 
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Hello,

lately I just found out that too much heat while at work can really cause headaches. I cannot concentrate on my job. Our company are totally gunned down. Needs replacement I guess. It's been there for decades. Hoping they'll take for centralization.

In your case, you need to have a full rest, that might affect your if that will continue and then I advice you to see a doctor to get informations and ways to cure that. I am not a doctor that's why I cannot give you a perfect advice.
Researchers wanted to further understanding of fatigue in fibromyalgia and the impact it has on our lives.  After conducting and analyzing interviews, they formed a conceptual model of our fatigue. I guess that this research is still in progress.

In my case I always have sometime to eat nutrious organic food even if how busy I am. I can still manage to have one in my basket. sometimes if I cannot manage it I will place an order online and have these organic delivered straight from the office.

Definitely doesn't sound like CFS - flu-like symptoms, complete exhaustion, and feeling like you have the flu hours after exercise are hallmarks of CFS.

 

Sounds more like a possible injury - best to see a doctor for a diagnosis.  Good luck -

 

Sue Jackson 

Dear Carm -

The symptoms you described may be a part of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).  CFS symptoms may include recurring sore throats or swollen glands, muscle or joint pain, headaches, flu-like aches and/or feverish feeling, sleep problems, and/or exercise intolerance (sudden, severe worsening of symptoms within hours or days after exercise or other exertion).  In fact, exercise intolerance is a unique, defining characteristic of CFS.

If you have some of these symptoms and think that CFS is a possibility, you might want to try the Do I Have CFS? self-assessment at the CFIDS Association website (CFIDS is another name for CFS).  Here's the link:

 http://www.cfids.org/about-cfids/do-i-have-cfids.asp

Fatigue or exhaustion is a very common symptom that can be caused by a wide variety of different sources, including anemia, MS, lupus, and many other conditions.  A swollen lymph node is usually a sign of infection.  Whether or not CFS seems to fit your symptoms, you should see your doctor.  Describe ALL new or recurring symptoms.  Your doctor should test you for a variety of conditions that can cause fatigue and for a wide variety of infections.  Here's a list, provided by the CFIDS Association:

http://www.cfids.org/about-cfids/diagnostic-testing.asp#chart 

There is no test (yet) to confirm CFS, but if your symptoms fit the CFS definition and all of your other tests are negative, then your doctor may diagnose you based on your symptoms.

Fatigue is such a common and varied symptom of so many conditions that it can be difficult to find the cause.  Don't give up!  If your doctor isn't willing to work with you to get to the bottom of your symptoms, then find another.  Something has changed for you, and there is a medical explanation, but it may take a lot of persistence to find it so that you can start treating the underlying cause.

Good luck.  If you have other questions about CFS in particular, please feel free to ask me, either through this site or by visiting my blog at www.livewithcfs.blogspot.com.

Sue Jackson

 

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