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Old 09-01-2012, 06:35 AM   #1
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Hi, I am currently getting over myo-pericarditis,
I am feeling constantly tired,
I have been getting muscle weakness, and chronic dizzyness,
nausea,
lost over 11Kg in 6 weeks,
depression,
heart palpitations (myo-pericarditis)
aswell as general decline in fitness, energy and consistent shortness of breath. I have been tested for most things, including Addisons etc...

My GFR is 83 and I'm only 19 years old,
what does this mean, and should I flag it up with the doctors?

Thanks

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