Linda · ✭
I am so sorry I have not replied to you, I feel really bad about it, I don’t go on this site a lot now, you want to forget the bad times, but it is a bit selfish of me as a lot of people need the support that I got, anyway it has been nearly a year since my last treatment and I am feeling really well, it was hard going on avastin towards the end of treatment, I had twelve single treatments after I had it with chemo, and I must admit I did feel like giving up towards the end but was glad I kept going, had more issues with joint pain towards end and after, but they are all gradually going. Hope all going well for you, try and keep positive and take each day at a time, I found you could not predict how you would feel from one to next. Best wishes.
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