Chronic fatigue women turned out to be a deadly disease


www.vsyako.netEmily Corrigan

A resident of the English town Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, ten years took symptoms of cancer of the brain for chronic fatigue. It is reported by the tabloid the Sun.

32-year-old Emily Corrigan (Emily Corrigan), a mother of four children, blamed severe fatigue, headaches and dizziness to the stress of early motherhood. “I have so often had a splitting headache, I was completely exhausted, — the woman remembers.— But it seemed to me that because we all have mothers.”

Corrigan was diagnosed with an astrocytoma (brain tumor — approx. “Of the”) in July 2015 when her emergency was taken to the hospital due to poor health. The woman had to undergo two operations on her brain, one of which was in October last year.

The Briton attended 30 sessions of radiotherapy and now chemo. Corrigan decided to share my story, to draw our attention to the danger of excessive fatigue.

Earlier it was reported that eye irritation a resident of the United Kingdom was a symptom of a brain tumor. Surgeons promptly removed the benign tumor and cured the sick.

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