I SO know that feeling Aronk!!! It is unbelievable the amount of fatigue that we sometimes go through and then still have to maintain and function throughout the day. I have a tendency to push myself til I can't go anymore, than just drop. The mind is willing but the body is way weaker than it used to be!
Right before the holidays, hubby got laid off from his job right around the time I picked up my office job. I decided the best thing to do was to pick up a part time job to help with Christmas expenses. I went to my full time job from 8-5, then worked retail from 6-midnight. I honestly thought I was going to die, standing and bending that whole time was excruciating, plus with working retail, I was now working 7 days a week with no day off. After a month, I just couldn't do it anymore. I was dead tired. I felt bad because I've never quit a job without giving notice before, but I honestly could not put my body through it one more night.
I feel for you, and I know how hard it is when money is tight and you are just trying to get ahead a little bit. If your body adjusts, great, but if not, don't make yourself sick, or any sicker than you already are. It's just not worth it. Look at it this way, any extra $ you make while you are there is more than you had before. Good luck!
Dx'd w/ Crohn's in 1979 at age 13. Bad flare 2008 but no health insurance so I dealt with it. Colonoscopy in July 2009 caused a perforated colon, emergency bowel resection. 2 fistula's, perianal and perivaginal.
Humira, probiotic, a multivitamin, calcium, magnesium, zinc, and fish oil. I also take Tramadol 50 mg and Klonopin (for anxiety) as needed.
Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might as well dance!