torstai 2. lokakuuta 2014

Lokakuuuuu it is

Oon niiiiiiiiiin väsynyt tähän väsymykseen. Ei meinaa millään jaksaa mitään... mutta hei, kävin sunnuntaina ottaan ripsienpidennykset!!! Nää on ihan sairaan hienot, taidan jäädä koukkuun...

Vasemmanpuoleinen kuva on otettu ihan heti kun tulin ulos sieltä, me likes. Ei tarvii laittaa mitään meikkiä naamaan, paitsi joskus vähän laappasta meikkivoidetta ja on redi-tu-gou. Oon ihan fiiliksissä.

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Mulla taitaa saatana olla korvatulehdus TAAS. En käsitä miten niitä voi koko ajan olla, heti kun tuli kylmät ilmat niin iski... ja oon ihan puhki noista kouluhommista. Ja muutenkin tää väsymys sais loppua... 9-12h joka yö unta ja silti on melkein pakko ottaa päikkärit joka päivä, että jaksaa iltaan asti. Sokerit on ihan normaalit eli ei oo diabetesta, maksa-arvot hyvät ja hemoglobiini hyvä (ei siis anemiaakaan). Mistä tää voi johtua?!! Tietty toi kilpirauhasen vajaatoiminta on yks suuri syy, mutta t4 hormonia pitäis ainakin olla tarpeeks... haluaisin sitä t3 hormonia kokeilla kanssa, mutta ei taida kukaan enää kirjottaa sitä ettei tuu potkuja.... viddu. 

Oon miettinyt myös uniapneaa. Heräilen öisin, mulla on astma ja ylipainoa jotka suurentaa riskiä ja oon aina väsynyt.. se vois olla mahdollista. Tosin siinä pitää mun mielestä olla yö sairaalassa jos sitä tutkitaan, ne läppää kaikkia lätkiä kropan täyteen ja mittailee hapenottokykyä ja hengityskatkoja jne... toisaalta helpottais jos se olis joku tommonen jota voi sit oikeesti hoitaa, tosin se kone on sitten kyllä ihan perseestä... mut jos on esim joku krooninen väsymysoireyhtymä niin voi saatanan vittu. 

En kyllä keksi, että mikä muu vois olla kun toi uniapnea. Tai t3:sen puute.


Ja voi jesus että mulla menee hermo ihmisiin. Pitää varmaan vähän kattoo, että kenen kaa sitä oikein hengailee. Jotkut on vaan vitun ärsyttäviä ja toisten sanaan ei voi luottaa. Ja jotkut on niin vitun paljon parempia ihmisiä kun muut.

Kauhee loppurage. :'D

Nyt nukkumaan, vaihteeks...

3 kommenttia:

  1. I can always relate to fatigue - I generally have unpredictive energy levels and these days I'm very tired :( There isn't too much I can do about it aside from trying to get some rest, not having a weird sleep pattern and try to get out in the daylight. The two last points I'm so far failing miserably at, but I'm hoping that this too shall pass. I think I'll ask my doctor about chronic depression of some sort - my base mood never really gets past "less bad" other than maybe in some very short periods. You do get very tired from being depressed, but when there might be multiple fatigue-inducing things it's hard to figure out what does what. Mental problems can do things to you physically, and physical issues can likewise affect you mentally. So good luck on figuring that out, you too :3

    My dad has sleep apnea. Some years ago he was finally examined and during the test at the hospital (the one where you spend a night and they monitor your sleep) the doctors found out he had the worst case of sleep apnea they had ever seen! He got one of those machines and now he's fine even if he looks a little spooky with his mask on. Hopefully you're just being a little hypochondric, I know I am often. Thanks to dr. google I'm laying on my deathbed ca. two times a year X)
    If it really bothers you talking to a doctor could be very reassuring.

    VastaaPoista
  2. Is your thyroid been checked? Because it causes so similar things with depression - including depression. Have no power to do anything, hard to start things, hard to lose weight, tired all the time, any sleep isnt enough and so on... It's something that is good to check at least before eating any depression pills.

    Yes it's same kind of method here, have to spend night on hospital and they check your levels. Yeah that machine is creepy, but if it helps it's worth of trouble.

    Well all I know that this tiredness is not normal. And I am not depressed. My sugar levels are great, so no diabetes. It's one of these three, I'm pretty certain; sleep apnea, thyroid (my t4v hormon is still too low...) or low iron levels. My hemoglobin was good, but I have red that you can still have an anemia. More important is to check ferritin leves and so on. That would explain my tiredness and I red that ferritin affects on t4v hormon too.

    And about sleep apnea, I just have so many risk factors that it came to my mind. And it is kind of more general now a days. And it would be so easy to check!!!! One night in hospital and then I would know is it or isn't. And if not, then try to figure out other explanation. But my "own doctor" in public health care wasnt interested in how I feel and did not write me a note that I can go there.

    I just want this condition to stop. I want to live my life, not sleep all days every day.

    VastaaPoista
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    1. It's good that you're not depressed! For me I have a lot of mental issues that have been making me a bit more tired and weird than normal since my early teens, and thus I don't talk much about it since it's very "normal" for me. I'm not a big fan of taking pills for my depression since I've had some bad experiences with them in the past, so I'm usually sticking with well, sticking it out. You do sound like you're a lot more tired than me though :(

      I understand that you are scared since your doctor doesn't sound like he's very good at his job. I (or anyone) get more scared if they won't listen, brush you off or make you feel like you're being hysterical. Like, my friend is changing doctors because she went in for an appointment (and it's not like she had those very often. Maybe once a year or something) some time ago and the guy refused to do a simple blood test and told her she was too young to worry about her health... I have no idea how these things work in Finland, but here you can change your general practioner doctor thrice a year. If you can do that in Finland or see if you can order an appointment with a different doctor (and maybe ask around if anyone knows a good one!) maybe that could be an idea? Because your guy doesn't sound like he'll be of much use :( fatigue can come of so many reasons and he really should be interested in checking things off the list instead of scaring you. GPs don't know everything since the body is very complex, but they do have some more education that you or I and are after all supposed to be helpful. It is a good thing that you have some ideas because doctors too use google when venturing into unknown territory! But yeah, if you could get those ideas checked out or explained thoroughly I'm sure that would help.

      Me and my doctor do blood tests every autumn. I usually have low levels of vit. D and not the greatest level of iron, the iron levels are usually within the lower end of the accepted levels. I think maybe my thyroid levels are on that test too, at least some of the thyroid biz. If not I can suggest that we check that up and he'll probably follow through. Thyroid issues also run in my family, hah.

      Poista

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