OK First off I agree that it sounds like you have a recurring pilonidal cyst and it may be infected, and, if so, that could be causing some of your symptoms.
The other expert mentioned mononucleosis and I agree that can cause the symptoms you're having.
But in addition to all that there are other possibilities like anemia, low thyroid, vitamin B12 or vitamin D deficiencies, and an autoimmune disorder like polymyalgia or rheumatoid arthritis.
You basically need to see a doctor for an exam and testing which should include a CBC, metabolic panel, mono spot test, and an autoimmune screening with antinuclear antibody, rheumatoid factor, sed rate, and C reactive protein
Of course the pilonidal cyst also needs to be addressed
It's a viral disease that sometimes used to be called the kissing disease. Not an STD and you basically have to ride it out and that can take up to two months.
None of these is life threatening but if I had to pick the most likely I'd go with the autoimmune disorder.
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No one knows exactly why someone contracts an autoimmune disorder Steven
Treatment depends on what exactly it is and we can have that discussion but first either you need to rate my service to you or accept the offer more discussion time I sent you
Yes there is very effective treatment and you can live with the condition, assuming that's what you have but you have to see your doctor for all the tests I mentioned Steven
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