Hi Oconnorm Wow that’s really wonderful news! So pleased for you.
Bye, bye Betty!
Have they given you a timeframe?
I will be very interested in your next procedure as I hope to have my reversal later in the year. Please let us know how it goes.
I have had 2nd chemo today. Side effects worse than last time. They said important to keep warm so my husband went and got me an electric blanket. It took immediate effect with soothing cramping thighs legs and feet. Just Wonderful. Thank you dear Norm. Got it just before shop closed!
Have a wonderful evening both. Lv Jackie xx
Hey , mine is feeling low , suffering from anxiety I get paronoid that no body likes me at work I feel they talk about me behind my back I hate it , I feel like I'm not in control does anybody else feel the same or is it just me ?
Many of us put on a brave face for friends and family and when treatment is finished it’s easy for them as a result of this to think how “strong “ you were fighting this illness. Little do they know how deep inside hidden by our brave exteriors we are traumatised . Well I certainly feel that way. I feel I am being ungrateful for not being happier that I am currently all clear(though I pretend that I am) Many days I can get on with my life. And I certainly do my best to keep busy. But nights are long aren’t they? And follow up scans come round just as you might be getting things on an even keel and are a reminder of how vulnerable we are. But amidst all that, suddenly there will be a beautiful day like today and the daffodils start to come out and the sun shines in a clear blue sky. Or my granddaughters throw their arms round me and say “love you Nannie“ and I try and promise myself I’ll remember these things on the black dog days. I may no longer be able to go mad in the gym or exercise class, but I did do a gentle yoga class yesterday (highly recommended) and I can no longer walk over hill and dale, but I went for a bit of a swim today and did feel a lot better for it. It can take a huge effort on the days when the best place seems to be under the duvet- but we’ve all of us come a long way. We’ve had all sorts of horrible things done to us to get us where we are now. And although some of the treatments seem to be worse than the disease, for the moment, we are at least still here, which is,I guess all that anyone can say really- cancer victim or not. Hang in there buddies
Sorry Melanie - I should have said to check with your oncologist before trying this supplement (or any) because we are all on different chemicals depending on what type of cancer we have.