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    I'm a stage 4 ovarian cancer survivor 5.5 yrs.  Suffered from severe fatigue.  Found these things help: 1. Take your energy to it's limits, then stop and rest as long as necessary. 2. Rest up if you have something you really want to do.  Rest as long as necessary afterward. 3. Don't stop doing what's important to you.  4. It's okay to rest.  Sleep is great.  If you can't, rest is als...

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    • charlat has replied to a post on the message board

      I took coriolus mushroom as well after chemo for stage IV Ovarian Cancer.  I'm still cancerfree 5 yrs after! I'm in Hawaii (Big Island).  Where are you?

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      • charlat has replied to a post on the message board

        Please keep us posted.  We're right there with you!

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          Aloha, I'm a stage IV survivor, 4.5 yrs since my last treatment. I know what it's like to second guess every new ache and pain, abnormal whatever. It will get better and you will eventually feel more like yourself as well. Just like the treatment, you have to remind yourself it's just "part of it".  Continue to be kind to yourself, speak up when something makes you stress and do what you enjoy doing.  My d...

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            Aloha, I am a stage IV Fallopian Tube (Ovarian) cancer survivor, now 4.5 yrs after treatment, with no sign of it's return.  There are some of us out here!  Don't give up hope.  I have some doctors rethinking possible.  Someone has to be in that surviving percentile, why not us. I supplimented Coriolus mushroom, DHA (pharm. grade), Vit c. I found that visualizing myself, part by part, healthy did...

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