• Extreme fatigue, sleepy, and parts of body from waist up including arms tingle or need to be popped?

    Asked by Ally113 on Tuesday, January 14, 2020

    Extreme fatigue, sleepy, and parts of body from waist up including arms tingle or need to be popped?

    Sent enough for now. No energy.

    6 Answers from the Community

    6 answers
    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN (Best Answer!)

      We hope you're doing better, those feelings can be common. Someone here will have some more about it.

      11 months ago
    • beachbum5817's Avatar
      beachbum5817

      If I were you, I would make an appointment to see your doctor especially if this has been going on for a while now. I do get the "winter blues" this time of year, and I am more tired and less interested in doing things. However, I don't get the other problems that you describe. I think a trip to the doctor would help you. Take care.

      11 months ago
    • Bengal's Avatar
      Bengal

      I'm not sure I understand what you mean by body parts needing to be "popped". Like the Beachbum said, I too have been experiencing the winter blahs and have felt unusually fatigued lately but what you describe sounds more serious than that. I concur; talk to your doctor.

      11 months ago
    • gpgirl70's Avatar
      gpgirl70

      Have you been checked for lymphedema? I have gone through therapy for lymphedema and do exercises on a daily basis to prevent it. I also have a sleeve I wear if I started to feel pressure or tingling in my arm or if I fly. I’ve been fatigued since I finished treatment 4 years ago. I agree you need to call your onco or pc doctor. If it’s lymphedema you want to address it right away. Hope you feel better soon.

      11 months ago
    • Bug's Avatar
      Bug

      Ally113, how are you doing these days? Did you see a doctor? Have you found any relief?

      9 months ago
    • BoiseB's Avatar
      BoiseB

      Ally, are you having any treatments? The tingling in the arms and legs sounds like neuropathy I suggest you see a neurologist. Neuropathy is often an side/aftereffect of chemo and/or radiation.
      I have CP&F I am seeing a pain management specialist and a neurologist. My neurologist determined that I have neuropathy caused be chemotherapy. But I also have Fibromyalgia which I have had a mild case since childhood when it was triggered by Brucellosis. Cancer just kicked it into high gear. You can manage the pain and the fatigue with medication and diet. Talk to your PCP about referrals to a neurologist and a pain management specialist. Also research foods that help you over come fatigue and pain

      9 months ago

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