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Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion? Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

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Unread 01-06-2008, 05:52 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

hi, I totally and completely understand the exhaustion! I'm better about being so pooped out, but yesterday, I went to a fish/boat show with my DH and all of a sudden I just had to sit down.

I agree with the walking ... I increased each week of the 6 or 7 by 5 min. I was walking 30-35 min, twice a day. When Iwent back to work, it was hard to keep up with the 2 times.

Now, I trying to increase my workouts. I tell myself the same thing as noted above ... I recovered for 7 weeks and 2 weeks before that from a D&C, so I supposed it will take 9 weeks to build back up.

Today, I did a 10 min strength training workout, using 2 lb weights. I also did a 2 mile walk aerobic program, but I modified it to be easier.

Patience is our gift.
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Unread 01-06-2008, 07:06 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

Gees, reading all of this is so very reassuring--tomorrow I'll be at 6 weeks and I have two appointments tomorrow, which means commuting into the city (bus and train). I'm kind of looking forward to getting out of the house, but I know I'll be totally exhausted when I return. On Wednesday I'll have to do it again for my 6 week post-op appointment.

Thankfully, very very thankfully, I don't have to be back at work for 2 more weeks. I just don't feel like doing much beyond what I can do in my chair.

I went grocery shopping this week and wasn't sure I'd make it home...I live alone and the task needed to be done...now I'm running into a laundry issue...trying to figure out how to get the loads from the 2nd floor down to the basement and back up again.

All of this just makes me feel overwhelmed--so once again, it is good to read that others are feeling the same way.

Hattie
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Unread 01-06-2008, 08:20 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

Missmerry, Good luck at the Dr's and in returning to work! Thanks for letting us know about your energy level and need for sleep. Makes me feel better!
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Unread 01-07-2008, 02:53 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

Hello, Today was my 1st day at work and I did pretty good. I noticed when I sat down on break I would get tired. Walking around and talking to customers help alot.
I have Good News my general manager went over my manager's head and I wil be transfered to another location for a better position -a 15 min drive from my home. No more commutes, no uniforms, no more 4:45am shifts and no more working every weekend.
Iam was thrilled and surprised. My hours ahev beeen officially restored, now I work a normal shift, no more 4:45 shifts ,working every weekend etc, no more uniforms -hooray!!!!
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Unread 01-07-2008, 03:31 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

way to go, ContessaD.
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Unread 01-07-2008, 03:40 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

Thank goodness I have a nice General manager he is a young guy and was apalled at my manager's behavior. I didnt expect to be transfered to a better position close to home (15 minutes away). No more tolls and save on gas.
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Unread 01-07-2008, 04:35 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

That is GREAT news, Contessa!

I went in to work for 3 hours today and did well. Took a nap as soon as I got home. But it was a good, successful start.
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Unread 01-07-2008, 06:44 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

Hooray, Contessa D! Sometimes things do have a way of working themselves out for the best. I am sooo happy for you! Congrats & best of luck....
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Unread 01-07-2008, 08:30 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

I'm three weeks post tomorrow. I must say I am doing great! I went back to work last week and worked fulls days. I had a total abdominal and cannot receive HRT due to breast cancer. I even went back to the gym this afternoon and walked 1.5 miles, 4 mph. Just as in my battle with breast cancer earlier this year, it's all in the attitude. With the proper attitude and with God's help it has been rather easy. I have had numerous friends tell me your 3rd week you will feel like your are losing your mind, you will be totally exhausted - I refuse to believe and I am working to be an exception to the rule.
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Unread 01-07-2008, 09:10 PM
Iam at 6 week anyone else experience exhaustion?

I didn't read all the replies, but I was exhausted up until about 3 1/2 months. It take time for your body to heal and you really need to listen to it. The day will arrive when you finally think "Hey, I didn't think about my surgery one time today! I'm starting to fell normal!" Once that happens, it gets better and better.
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