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What is fatigue?

Fatigue is being tired physically, mentally, and emotionally. Fatigue can last a long time, even after treatment ends.

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Prostate Cancer Fatigue - WebMD

Several other factors could contribute to fatigue, including: Tumor cells compete for nutrients, often at the expense of the normal cells' growth. Decreased nutrition from the side effects of treatments (such as nausea, vomiting, mouth sores, taste changes, heartburn, or diarrhea) can also cause fatigue.

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Colorectal Cancer and Fatigue

Decreased physical activity, which may be the result of colorectal canceror its treatment, can lead to tiredness and lack of energy. Regular, moderate exercise can decrease these feelings, help you stay active, and increase your energy.

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Overcoming Cancer-Related Fatigue

WebMD Archive Practice Energy Conservation Energy levels typically rise and fall throughout the day. "To chart your individual ups and downs, keep a diary for a week.

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Colorectal Cancer and Fatigue

Tiredness happens to everyone -- it's a feeling you expect after certain activities or at the end of the day. Usually, you know why you are tired and a good night's sleep solves the problem.

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Managing Fatigue During Chemotherapy

Some people find they can continue work or complete some normal activities during cancer treatment. If you work outside the home, its a good idea to explore your employers sick and disability leave policies.

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Watch for signs of fatigue

Here are some signs of fatigue that you and your family can watch for. Talk to your doctor if you have any of these symptoms.

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What is chronic fatigue syndrome?

It is also characterized by multiple nonspecific symptoms such as headaches, recurrent sore throats, muscle and joint pains, and memory and concentration difficulties. Profound fatigue can come on suddenly or gradually and persists or recurs throughout the illness.

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Prostate Cancer Fatigue - WebMD

Here are some suggestions: Plan ahead and organize your work. Change storage of items to reduce trips or reaching.

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Prostate Cancer Fatigue - WebMD

It's a feeling you expect after certain activities or at the end of the day. Usually, you know why you are tired and a good night's sleep solves the problem.

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Fatigue (PDQ®) - National Cancer Institute

Fatigue is the most common side effect of cancer treatment with chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or selected biologic response modifiers. Research indicates that for at least a subset of patients, fatigue may be a significant issue long into survivorship.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The illness can severely affect school, work, and leisure activities, and cause physical and emotional symptoms that can last for months or even years. Chronic fatigue syndrome is more common in females than males and affects all racial and ethnic groups.

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