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MS Fatigue

Thank you for providing me the opportunity to ask questions.

I would like to know if there are different types of fatigue relating to MS.  I have heard about muscle fatigue but that is not what I am experiencing.  My experience:  I will be going about my day when suddenly I have an overwhelming need to lay down and sleep, it takes every ounce of energy to hold my head up on my shoulders.  Is this a type of MS fatigue or should I be contacting my PCP looking for another reason?
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620923 tn?1452915648
as u know everyone is affected differently.....it is a difficult thing to say.....go to the MS forum and read thru the health pages, and deffinately tell ur dr...u may have an underlying issue that needs attention.


Good luck
Godspeed
"selma"
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I'm a pretty serious doubles/ tennis player.   Often, I feel horrible when I first get on the court.   I'm fatigued, and "foggy headed."   It's really tough, as my partner wants to win....

Then, after forcing myself to stick with it, I almost always feel better after about an hour or so.    I think the adrenaline, may work to reverse some of the neuron issues that brought on the fatigue......
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