Two years after breast cancer tired

I finished all treatment at the end of and I often say "I am not the same as I was before. Oh, I walk almost every day, I clean one or two rooms at a time, I cook and wash BUT there is a big difference in what I can do now. I think you are right, lack of estrogen probably is the culprit.
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Cancer-related fatigue (extreme tiredness)

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Cancer-related fatigue (extreme tiredness) | Breast Cancer Now

Research and anecdotal evidence shows that lifestyle changes, such as exercising more, relieving stress, and eating a healthy, well-balanced diet can help ease fatigue. You can start slowly. Four hours of exercise a week may sound impossible if you're a lifelong couch potato or if you're sore from surgery, too busy with radiation therapy, or exhausted from chemotherapy. It's hard to force yourself to exercise when you barely have enough energy to get out of bed or off the sofa. Start slowly, perhaps walking for 15 minutes a day, and then gradually increasing the amount of time you spend exercising. You may need months to work your way up to 4 hours a week, but that's fine. Even during treatment, taking short, slow walks up and down the street or around the block can be very helpful.
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Prolonged fatigue for those who had chemotherapy for breast cancer, follow-up study finds

It never did. Researchers now focus on confirming its prevalence and identifying ways to improve quality of life for those battling fatigue. For example, researchers found that survivors over 65 — some of whom had been treated decades earlier — reported more fatigue after treadmill tests and walked slower than participants who had never had cancer.
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The new study is a follow-up to a study on fatigue and chemotherapy and radiotherapy for breast cancer. The new study, published in the American Cancer Society's current issue of Cancer, is a follow-up to a study on fatigue and chemotherapy and radiotherapy for breast cancer Moffitt researchers published in Cancer in Jacobsen, Ph. The study found that immediately following treatment fatigue was greater in women who had received chemotherapy than in patient groups composed of women who had received both chemotherapy and radiotherapy, radiotherapy alone, or in groups with no cancer history.
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