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Pre-cancerous cells removed in hysterectomy. On HRT. Why do I have severe fatigue?

I had a full hysterectomy on 11-5-2012. Robotic assisted, pre cancerous cells noted but all removed. My fatique continues to be severe. I am on HRT both estrogen (Patch) and progesterone . I have schedulled a physical with my Primary to see if he has any suggestions. I sleep a minimum of 10hours/night and force myself to get out of bed. So want to take a nap but am trying to increase my stamina. I am athletic play tennis, golf and swim. Nothing helps.
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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I can understand your worry as such you are on HRT, so the fatigue could be because of HRT, this could induce fatigue not so common but the property of hormone can give such symptoms, and the functional elements can make it more prominent, this will come around if the dosage reduces of HRT, have words with your doctor, have good day.
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