what's causing my joint pain and fatigue?
Jun 4, 2013
I have been positive for almost 15 years. In the past 2 my health has declined as well as my counts. I am on Isentress, Truvada, Norvir, and Prezista. In the last six months or so I have noticed a decrease in energy and a lot of joint pain and all around fatigue. I also am taking a thyroid medication, but those counts are good.
My doctor has tested me for lactic acidosis and that came back inconclusive. she said I was in the middle so now she wants to check for celiac's disease. I am wondering if all this is necessary and what else could be causing all this pain and tiredness? All I want is a little relief and some good sleep. Please help!
Response from Mr. Vergel
Have you checked your CPK?
Also, fatigue can be caused by many factors:
Please let me know what you find out! Hang in there and good luck
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