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Fatigue 2 Months after Hysterectomy

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Fatigue 2 Months after hysterectomyI am still exhausted at the end of the day. Is this normal for two months after a hysterectomy?

Your doctor may have released you to go back to the activities you enjoyed before your hysterectomy. You may have gone back to work. Your friends and family may expect you to be back 100%.

But you may still be experiencing fatigue.

You may get up in the morning and feel wonderful. You may enjoy a day full of activity. But at some point, perhaps late in the day, your fatigue takes over.

This is normal. Many HysterSisters report still feeling extremely tired even at eight weeks post-op. Although your body may appear to be healed, it is still trying to regain its strength. Exhaustion or fatigue is your body's way of reminding you to continue to take it easy.

You need your rest. Nap when you have the opportunity. We give you permission!



This content was written by staff of HysterSisters.com by non-medical professionals based on discussions, resources and input from other patients for the purpose of patient-to-patient support.

07-01-2012 - 09:04 AM


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