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Does Anybody Have Pain And More Tired After 4pm?

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I find after my day of housework I am exhausted by 4 pm and ready for bed by 7pm. Anyone experiencing this could u share. Feeling so alone. My spouse gets so tired of me being tired so early in the evening!!

posted May 28, 2018
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A MyOsteoTeam Member

I get message therapy and .my doc has prescribed meds that numb the nerves which helps with the back pain.

posted October 9, 2018
A MyOsteoTeam Member

I must admit I feel very tired and lethargic most of the time, everything is a huge effort, lots of back and joint pain most of the time.

posted September 30, 2018
A MyOsteoTeam Member

Yes, i do because we try to do too much in the morning with doing all our chores and getting supper together no wonder we are pooped. Barbara 🤗

posted February 6, 2023
A MyOsteoTeam Member

Hi I am the same I get muscle spasms in lower back and calfs I wake up with pain in my calfs just had results from bone scan now T3 tired all the time not sure if pain is doing it to me feeling really down at moment

posted December 12, 2021
A MyOsteoTeam Member

I tire easily. Get frustrated that I can’t do as much as I used to. Get muscle spasms in my lower back and shoulders ache. How can any of this be osteopenia when it’s not my bones that ache?

posted December 7, 2021

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