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My name is Tamas I’m 26 years old from Romania. I will try to keep it short with my story.
Everything happened on the 15 of May 2018 when I get home from a 10Km run. When I arrived in the house I started to shake, I had severe muscle back-pain I felt dizzier and powerless. In 2 days, I felt better and I thought that I recovered so I did another 10K run. This time was much worse, in the last 3 Km I was exhausted, my muscles from my back were contracted horrible the pain and the dizziness came back. When I arrived home, I was shaking and I had a sensation that I’m going to vomit.
All this symptoms dizziness, sensation of vomiting, temperature (38.5) persisted for the next week. After that I was a bit better but still could not walk more than 200m, because my muscles on my back started to contract and heart in a manner that I had a sensation of passing out sometimes. I need to mention that in the last year from 2017 April I lost 30KG till May 2018. I was doing intense workout and I

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replied July 18th, 2018
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Answer A64178
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!
I read your question and I understand your concern.
This type of presentation could be due to hypothyroidism,chronic infection or anxiety disorder.
I would suggest you to consult an internist to evaluate you.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care

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