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  #11  
Unread 04-19-2002, 04:33 AM
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I totally agree with Beth saying that you will feel so much better when your periods are gone! I am just at 7 weeks post-op and I feel absolutely wonderful! Yes, I still get tired, but I remember being as tired as you described and it's so not like that. This is just a "sit down for a lil while" tired.

I was extremely tired right before the surgery, I would sleep all night and almost 4 hours more during the day. I think that my body was just tired of it all.



Sara
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Unread 04-19-2002, 04:49 AM
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I have been feeling the same way, just worn out all the time and want to sleep, that is why I can't wait to go to the castle, I can sleep!

But my pre-op my blood tests came out okay and the doc said that with this change and my uterus being so big, it screws up your whole body system and it takes toll on you and wears you down.

archide
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Unread 04-19-2002, 07:25 AM
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Hi
I always seem to be tired also. 2 years ago i started this journey...My gp diagonost me with a bladder infection and gave antibiotics......i had conplained about numerous trips to the bathroom, lower back pain and Bladder Pressure...
2 perscriptions later with no improvement he sent me to a urolagist.....he said i had intersticial cystitis......which is not going to go away with any antibiotic....here are some pain pills and maybe you will go into remishin i felt i had to go to the bathroom 2 times an hour around the clock.
i did notice the only time i got relief was when i had my period.
After many months i decided to seek another doctor and she gave me a lap. which found i had 2
I am having the surgery on the 26th. I am sooo that this is the right choice and finally have a normal exsistance
Alli
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  #14  
Unread 04-19-2002, 07:51 AM
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I agree that the tired feeling after surgery is different from the anemic, rundown, I-can't-get-out-of-bed-tired that I felt before surgery. (I was also very anemic and took chromagen twice a day.) I returned to work 3 days this week (TVH, with 3 weeks off and a gradual return back to full-time) and while I was tired at the end of each day, I had far more energy during the day than I'd had for the past couple of years, and I was able to get out of bed and get to work an hour EARLY 2 of the 3 days. When I felt tired I knew it was because I was doing something to make me tired, as opposed to feeling tired and run down for no reason. I did need yesterday to rest up again, so just remember that when you start to resume your activities, you will still need to plan time to rest, as well.
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