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When should I see the doctor for fatigue?

Fatigue can be a symptom of an underlying medical or psychiatric disorder. Many medical and psychiatric conditions can be associated with fatigue, including heart disease, pregnancy, diabetes and anxiety. Therefore, you need a thorough medical and psychiatric examination to determine the cause.

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