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Re: [IPk] Lethargy



 I was surprisingly majorly anaemic a couple of years ago. Only discovered when
I went on a medical trial. I am marginally better on the iron tablets but still
more tired than other people.
It could be anything that is easily treated. Good luck with the blood tests. 
H x

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 > On 14 Apr 2014, at 20:39, "Christine Bousfield" <email @ redacted>
wrote:
> 
> Hi Hannah
> I'm sure there'll be a huge chorus of 'it can't be' but even a near normal
> average must have highs and lows both causing fatigue and also there are many
> other metabolic effects of type 1 on the body.
> Accept and work with your fatigue and maintain blood sugars as near normal
> (without hypos) as possible-til the cure!
> Best
> Christine
> Type 1 42 years pumping about 16 years
> 
> Sent from my iPad
> 
>> On 15 Aug 2014, at 13:28, email @ redacted wrote:
>> 
>> Hi all
>> 
>> I have always needed a lot of sleep but over recent months have felt 
>> very fatigued to the point where the thought of doing anything at all is an 
>> effort!
>> 
>> I'm having blood tests but the common thought from drs is that it is 
 >> due to my diabetes. I'm 36, overweight (not obese) and my diabetes is fairly
>> well controlled.
>> 
>> I think this reason is a cop out but would like to know if this is a 
>> real side effect of diabetes. Would appreciate hearing your experiences.
>> 
>> Thanks
>> Hannah
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