Fatigue comes with the territory. I am sure everyone here will say they have had experience with it. Try to allow yourself time for rest in between activity. I know that can seem hard when working, but try to pace yourself in everything you do. If you can, do things in the morning when our bodies naturally have more energy. Eat a healthy balanced diet, drink enough water, try to get at least 6-8 hours of sleep a night (or more if you need it), and allow yourself time for things you enjoy. Also, cutting out refined sugar and caffeine actually can give you more energy once it is out of your system.
Finally Dx- April 13 2007 (age 26) ilio-crohn's-colitis. Surgeries:appendectomy, cholecystectomy, tonsillectomy, pinidal cyst removed,emergency abdominal surgery for hemorrhaging ovary from burst ovarian cyst, LEEPcervix, emergency abdominal surgery for grapefruit sized ovarian cyst removal, D and C of uterus, lumpectomy of breast.
MEDS: remicade, prednisone, Asacol TID, protonix, metformin, buspar, trazodone, multi V, B complex, flaxseed. Vegetarian, leaning towards vegan. no nuts, seeds, or wheat.
Many allergies. Polycystic ovarian syndrome, anxiety, depression, ITP
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