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dmedina71 (@dmedina71)

Looking for others with Pituitary Adenoma

Brain Tumor | Last Active: Jun 6, 2021 | Replies (77)

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Welcome to Connect, @remsen. It can take time to recover from brain surgery. members talk about life after brain surgery here:
– Life after Brain surgery https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/life-after-brain-surgery/

Remsen, you say that you have bouts of tiredness. Have you noticed any particular pattern? When are you most affected by the fatigue? Have you found tricks to help manage and/or prevent the tiredness?

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I have noticed it occurs if I don't get a restful sleep. But, it is more noticeable since my surgery. Prior to surgery if I did not sleep well I barely noticed it. Now I can definitely see a difference.

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