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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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After my bilateral mastectomy and 17 lymph nodes removed, went

After my bilateral mastectomy and 17 lymph nodes removed, went through chemo and the maintenance drug infusion hercepting I developed bad side effects. I have been slowly getting very fatigued and after doing chores I get breathless. I've always been an active woman, even now at 77. I suffer from anxiety, but why am I now feeling like I can't do household chores without getting fatigued and simply worn out?
Sun, 14 Oct 2018
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