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    OA and Exhaustion
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    Daughterofasickmother posted:
    Can having OA, Fibromyalgia, High BP, and Thyroid problems cause someone to be completely, and I mean completely, exhausted? And if so, what Kim d of treatment(s) might help? What kind of doctor might help? Also, she is depressed.
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    davedsel responded:
    Hello.

    Yes, all these conditions could definitely cause someone to be exhausted. She should start with her primary doctor for evaluation and a treatment plan.

    I pray she finds answers and relief soon.
    Click on my username or avatar picture to read my story.

    Blessings,

    -Dave
     
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    Daughterofasickmother replied to davedsel's response:
    I think it's time for a new primary doc. He hasn't done much for her.
     
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    Daughterofasickmother replied to Daughterofasickmother's response:
    But thank you for our concern. Blessings to you, as well.


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