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Unread 04-07-2012, 04:44 PM
tired all the time, is that normal

Can't find an answer on google! I get tired so easy, is that common (with complex endo hyperplasia with atypia)? I'm so CRANKY, lol. Work is demanding, they want me to work overtime, for gawd's sake. I just want to scream at them!! But if we don't get this HUGE project done by the time it is promised, we could all be out of a job. OMG. I don't know how I am going to find the oomph I need to finish it. Is it normal to feel so tired? Maybe I just need some 5 hr energy....
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Unread 04-07-2012, 04:49 PM
Re: tired all the time, is that normal

i'm the same way... i don't have your diagnosis, but everything i do exhausts me, and no one seems to understand...i don't feel right so i'm cranky... hopefully this will make me better.
Unread 04-07-2012, 05:14 PM
Re: tired all the time, is that normal

If what you are feeling is "tired all the time", then that is indeed normal.

All you can do, as you say that this is an important project, is soldier on as best you can for the next 2 weeks.
Have a sleep, or at least rest as much as you can over the next 2 weeks.
Go to bed for a nap as soon as you get home, or crash to bed early every night.

Once you have had your operation, you will be really tired for a few weeks, and will need plenty of rest, so try to get as much time away from work as you can.

Gradually your energy levels will improve, but give yourself TIME to heal.
In 3 months, you will be feeling so much better.

In 6 months you will be feeling really great

See you on the other side

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