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    Lately I've been feeling really tired mid morning / early afternoon and I don't know what could be causing it. Went to the doctors recently and my blood pressure was slightly low and my sugar levels were a little high at 110. Can anyone help?
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    Hi,
    Is it worth considering underactive thyroid? might be a cause of the tiredness, have you had any other symptoms? have you changed your diet? anything like this is worth thinking about 😊 hope this helps!

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    It would really be worth speaking to your GP again about your symptoms. Did the doctor suggest anything about your low blood pressure and the slightly high blood sugar levels?

    High blood sugar levels can lead to increased fatigue (although often with other symptoms too, e.g. increased thirst/urination, appetite changes, weight changes etc), but I'm assuming your GP has done tests to rule out common causes of these things?

    It's possible that you've had some kind of illness/infection which is just making you a bit run down in general; it's also worth thinking about the amount of carbohydrates in your diet, how much exercise you get and all that kind of stuff. But definitely speaking to your GP if you're still not feeling right.
 
 
 
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