Anaplastic Astrocytoma survivor extreme fatigue

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Anaplastic Astrocytoma survivor extreme fatigue

by Zuluhr01 on Thu Jun 07, 2018 07:40 PM

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I am new to the forum but not new to my prognosis. I was diagnosed with an Anaplastic Astrocytoma III in 10/13 in my left temporal lope. I was a 50 years old at the time. I had surgery to remove and only 2/3 was extracted due to fingering into the temporal lobe. I had radiation, comensurate with a low dose of Temadar and following radiation, a full year of Temadar at a higher dosage. I dealt with all the treatment fairly well. I was announced in remission over a year ago. Over time I had been able to do most everything that I did before but slowly, over time, my fatigue has gotten to the point that it is nearly dibiletating. I don’t sleep during the day but I do rest a great deal. I typically sleep 8 hours every night. I am left handed an mostly right side brain dominant which prevented a lot of added troubles. I have used adderall for my fatigue and it does not seem to help. I am hopeful that someone could give me some insight on those fatigue issues and what I could possibly expect in the future.
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