Unending Fatigue with Myasthenia Gravis
I just recently had a few days with no fatigue. They were wonderful! Those days keep me going no matter how few and far between they happen to be.
Sometimes they're just hours not even days. When I say no fatigue, I do mean there is some fatigue. It's just not that dead-tired feeling, where it's too much work to even think about doing something.
It's the type of fatigue where I know I just need to take a minute to sit down, lay down, or rest. But I can still get stuff done instead of just sitting or sleeping.
My types of fatigue
I would like to share some of the different types of fatigue I experience and what those days look like. For instance, the times and intensities of the fatigue.Type 1: This is the fatigue that any person would have after a normal day.Type 2: The fatigue that hits around noon. But I got something accomplished in the morning. Type 3: The opposite, where the fatigue is in the morning, not so much in the afternoon.Type 4: Yoyo fatigue. It starts off in the morning then I just never know how good or bad it's going to be throughout the day. I have to play that day by ear.Type 5: On these days there doesn't seem to be enough rest! Even just breathing seems to be so much work.
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