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I am very very worried as about 3 to 4 weeks ago I stopped

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Hello there I am very very worried as about 3 to 4 weeks ago I stopped my aropax and then one night when I was in bed I must have been dreaming then then I felt like I had woke up and I felt as tho I couldn't breathe of couldn't move as I felt paralyse for about 1 min and it was very very scarey. And also I concerned I may have lukumia as for the passed 3 months I have been feeling tied. Where I get up to get my son off to school then I go back to bed but if no one wakes me then I can sleep till 2 or 3 pm.I am very worried and need to know what's wrong with me??
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Endocrinology
Expert:  Anthony Bray, MD replied 1 year ago.


It sounds that you have had symptoms of an episode of sleep paralysis ...

See reference >>

It was just brief transient and harmless

As to your concern of feeling tired over the past 3 months there are many possible explanations for that ( it most likely is NOT leukemia )

It is good reson to see your doctor and have this checked into further

There are several qualities of feeling tired ( sleepy / short of breath/ lack motivation / trouble concentrating / etc)

The quality of fatigue helps to determine what causes are more likely and may be checked ..

A few examples --- hypothyroidism, anemia, asthma ...the list is very long ...

Discuss in detail with your doctor to help set up the most appropriate testing for the cause in your case

I hope this information is helpful for you

Let me know If you have further questions or concerns

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Anthony Bray MD