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Jul 08, 2009 - 2 comments Gilda Radner would say.  

Since my car accident, hubby coming home from overseas, the new job, the relapse I had last month, and starting the DMD, I sort of  feel that I am in a better place than I've been in a long time.  Most important at the moment is that the recovery from this last relapse has been the best ever.  I am walking again, not perfectly but much better than after previous relapses.  Everything is just so much more under control or so I thought.  

So, I feel I am better much better than I've been in almost a year and then something new, something I thought I was going to excape is happening.  Fatigue.  

I thought it was a passing symptom, but it has been lingering now for almost a week.  Its like my brain wants to go,go,go, but my body want no part of that at all.  I have energy to get a few things done around the house that have not been taken care of in months and then WHAM,  I am back in bed for a 2-3 hour rest because I am totally exhausted.  And, I don't fall asleep right off, but just lay there thinking about what I'd rather be doing than laying in bed.

I want to mention this to the MS neuro when I see him on Monday, but am wavering on it.  When I have mentioned fatigue in the past to my doctors they would tell me I was stressed out or depressed and want to throw an antidepressant my way.  Perhaps this doctor will undertand what is happening.  At least I should give him the benefit of the doubt as he has already proven himself to not be like the rest of his kind.

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by wadeheather, Jul 08, 2009
Mention it! It won't hurt anything to say it out loud (remind me of that next time I need a little push, please).
Good luck with the appointment, let us know how it goes.  Get some rest. You deserve it.

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by Sarahsmom46, Jul 09, 2009
Thanks wadeheather I think you are right about mentioning it.  And, of course I will give you that same nudge next time you are headed to the doctor and need to speak up too.  I hope you have a very good day today, me too.  :)

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