Maybe it's mitochondrial disease

Mitochondrial disorders are among the most common inherited types of metabolic disease in Australia, affecting about one in 500 births.1 Presenting at any age, affecting any organ, and with a wide spectrum of symptoms from mild chronic disease to acute episodes or fatal illness, mitochondrial disease presents a diagnostic challenge in general practice.1


On average patients will see more than eight different doctors before diagnosis.2 In more than half of cases, GPs are the first clinician consulted about the symptoms of