I'm sorry to hear about your lack of energy. That's gotta be rough. The only thing I can suggest is power through, encourage yourself and even though you are tired and don't want to do, or think that you can't do it, do it anyway. it will start to come back.
I don't share this issue at all. I lost 70 lbs in 4 months from cancer before my diagnosis. After a long year of chemo and a stem cell transplant, I had lost just about every muscle strength possible. Walking to the bathroom would wear me out and picking up the milk carton took all the strength I had. My husband didn't like that so he made me go to the gym with him. I was angry with him and cursed his name the entire time we were at the gym. At first I would just walk from car to the gym, but after a while I was able to walk on the treadmill too, then I picked up some 5lb weights and started doing those. I've only been 10 months out of the hospital and now I'm running 4 miles/day. I feel great and strong.
I know that you can feel great too. Please please just power through it. Think that the first two weeks of not giving in to your tiredness will be the hardest, but having cancer was even harder, and you got through that! Your strength and energy will come back.
BTW - congratulations on making it 4 years. That's something I can only dream about at this point. Stay strong!
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