I know exactly how you feel.I had colon cancer two years ago,but I'm still dealing with side effects from the chemo. I had chemo brain and cancer related fatigue Everything left me with constant anxiety. Do I feel the way you do. My family doesn't understand how I feel mentally and physically. Because they didn't have to go through whst. I went through. I'm just so fatigued all the time. It's been a year since I finished chemo, You check to see if you have a free clinic in your area or perhaps talk to your oncologist.View Thread
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