I know that I am only on day 4, I feel OK though besides my back is killing me and my whole body hurts, I just have no energy to even walk downstairs here to the computer, is there any vitamins or anything I can take to give me a little boost of energy???
Also, I thought of one more thing: Try to eat! Start small, though. Work your way up to soup from popscicles, clear broth, and juice. Your body needs a few calories to get you through this! It helped me A LOT! Try to eat something, even if you have no appetite.
Good Luck! You're doing great.
To fight the chronic fatique when I had no appetite, I took vitamin B shots from my dr, drank a lot of V-8 juice and Splash fruit juice made by V-8, also.
I took a multivitamin, B12 and B6, vitamin E, and fishoil capsules. I thought it was just idle chatter when people told me to take stuff like this until I got so tired I wanted to sleep the day away. After about two weeks it started to really help.
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