Hi, I have been vegan for about 5 years. I have had chronic fatigue for the past year and a 2 months. Before having chronic fatigue, I was very fit and active and have always been very conscious of eating healthily. The fatigue started right after I had a tooth extraction last year, and has never gone away since. I feel extremely weak all over, and if i over exert myself (for example, try to lift something heavy or walk a lot throughout the day) then I will feel worse, and a day or 2 after I will be extremely tired. I used to exercise every day (gym/rugby/cycling) but nowadays the most i can do is moderate walking to and from the shops etc. I don't have joint pain. I have been to numerous doctors and have had all blood tests checked periodically, but they all show up with normal levels. I was diagnosed with haemochromatosis about 6 months ago, but I immediately began treatment (blood draws) and have had normal iron levels (ferretin, trans sats, Hb) for the last 4 months, however there has been no change in my fatigue/weakness symptoms. I've had numerous tests at the hospital, including a heart echo and MRI etc, and have had my testosterone checked, as well as a lyme disease check (I don't have all the tests that I've had done to hand). The consensus amongst the doctors I've seen is that there is nothing else to be tested, and that all I can do is manage my chronic fatigue and hope that it soon goes away. I supplement with B12 and other than that I varied diet of lots of fruits, vegetables, beans, rice, nuts, tofu etc etc. I sleep well and, prior to the fatigue, I was mentally healthy and not stressed. Does anyone have any advice here? Thanks.