On Friday, the 27th of November, I had an appointment for a check-up with the nurse at my health centre. When I saw the nurse, she seemed surprised that I was having a check-up because I'd had a check-up about three months before. I explained to her that I was phoned and asked if I would like a check-up.
So, just for fun, or something like that, she took my blood pressure. My blood pressure was perfectly normal. So, just for fun, or something like that, she decided to take some blood from me to be analysed for cholesterol.
I told her, despite every other test I've taken, there has been no indicator as to why I'm feeling constantly exhausted. It gets very frustrating having tests come back showing that everything appears to be normal. Well, normal in regards to physical tests....
The nurse suggested I make an appointment with a doctor right after my visit with her. I went to reception and made an appointment to see a doctor on the following Monday, the 30th of November.
When I saw the doctor, although she means well, I felt like I was getting nowhere with trying to solve my chronic fatigue mystery. The doctor printed up a bunch of stuff in regards to healthy eating and sleeping. Oh my, I've done this all before and I've been very good at improving my lifestyle. Anyway, she handed me over a tube that I was supposed to piddle in. Not then and there, I should add. Nope, take it home, piddle in the tube and then bring it to reception.