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Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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A person who experiences excessive fatigue, infections or physiological disorders may want to get checked by a doctor for chronic fatigue syndrome. It may be helpful to write down any signs or symptoms before seeing a doctor, as well as possible factors that may have contributed to the disease. Before giving a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome, a doctor may first rule out sleep disorders or restless leg syndrome, medical problems such as an underactive thyroid, anemia and diabetes, and mental health issues that include anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.

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