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... If electrolytes, vitamin D, or B12 are low that can cause fatigue too. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, yes, it can definitely cause fatigue. ... (4 replies)
... Just wondering if Osteoarthritis can cause fatigue? ... (4 replies)

... week, did not drink any milk either, so I was thinking maybe my levels got down again and maybe it takes a while to get them back up. So yes, perhaps part of the fatigue is due to that. My B12 was fine, thank good ness. ... (4 replies)
... Are you taking vitamin D3? D and D2 won't do you much good unless you spend several minutes outside each day - you need UV rays to convert the other forms to D3 so your body can actually use it. (4 replies)
... Hi Mary.....Yes, I have osteoarthritis pretty much all over my body. My mother had it but not as severe and mine came on at a much younger age. ... (7 replies)
Pain everywhere
Apr 24, 2015
... CRP can very well be negative, and why is it doctors always assume if that blood work is normal, your pain is CFS or fibro. Osteoarthritis does not cause chronic fatigue but inflammatory arthritis will. They need to do the appropriate testing before assuming anything. ... (17 replies)
... Most arthritis in the spine is osteoarthritis as RA rarely affects the spine and if it does, tends to affect the top 2 vertebrae...C1 and 2. ... (2 replies)
... Autoimmune diseases cause bone loss. ... (9 replies)
... It certainly does sound like something is brewing but most of the arthritic inflammatory disorders take years to be diagnosed. ... (4 replies)
Do I have RA?
Feb 13, 2008
... you might want to get check for that as it can cause joint pain, fatigue, etc. ... (2 replies)

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