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    Whats wrong?
    MeghanRuthanna posted:
    Wasn't sure what community i would go to.

    So, in the past two days, I have been feeling faint, fatigued, and dizzy. I have also had a loss in appetite, and have been sleeping more than usual yet i have still felt really tired. I have looked at some of the possibilities, but none of them really seem to fit all that well, and I don't want to see the doctor unless I have to. And I have a doctor's appointment, but it's not for a few days, and I just really want to know whats going on, sooner rather than later.
    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Welcome Meghan,

    I'm so sorry you are not feeling well. Unfortunately there is no way to guess what you may or may not have, and no one can diagnose you over the internet. Best thing to do is go to the doc, so I'm glad you have an appointment.
    Good health to you, I hope you feel better soon.
    Good Luck and Good health,
    WebMD Community Staff

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