Hon I think that you definitely have to call the doctor and get seen as soon as possible. I definitely think that you should be tested for Pernicious Anemia. I mean the sore tongue, the horrible fatigue and feeling like you can not open your eyes could be signs of PA. PA can do a lot of very ugly things if you have it and it is left untreated. The only way to treat PA is with the B12 shots once a month. The B12 pills will not work, because PA is caused when a person is no longer producing Intrinsic Factor in the stomach and intestines, so therefore B12 in food or pills will not be absorbed. A person needs B12 to live as it helps to build the red blood cells in the marrow. You need to have an adequate number of RBC's to carry oxygen to the rest of the body. PA can cause you to feel tired, weak, your WBC, RBC and hematocrit to drop rapidly. It is a bad situation big time. Please see a doctor as soon as possible and at least get tested for it. In me they found it when I went in to complain about my tongue, sores in the corner of my mouth, weakness and just feeling bad and being swollen. I hope that I can get you to get into the doctor as soon as possible.
Lupus for many years. Like most of my life. Sjogrens that started at 35 and Scoliosis, Spinal Stenosis, Degenerative Disc Disease, Osteo-Arthritis of the spine, Ankylosing Spondilitis, Periferal Neuropathy, mild CP and now just recently diagnosed with PA. I had a disc replaced in December of 2007.
Plaquenil, Sulindac, Imuran, Celiac diet, Tramadol and B12 shot once a month.