Ocean21, We're on the right hand side of the plane so I'll give you a wave as we get level with your part of France. At least for a few days we'll be in the same time zone🕝! All the Best Susie B xxxx
Hi girls, I can see that things are looking good! More pain, decisions on every step, medication that helps in a way and damages the other.
I am so so sorry!
Update on Veronica... Headaches, diarrhea, jaw pain, dry mouth, tongue bruised, throat still burned, dropping things, tired, varicose veins giving hell, scared all the time and with nightmares.
For most of the time I feel that I have moved to another dimension and there is no way out.
I was always able to control my depression and I have managed to hide from everyone, but I have not slept more than a continuous hour during the night and I am exhausted, so probably it is contributing for this dark feeling that is growing.
I think I will not be able ever to stop feeling an acute fear.
How do we cope with this?
I pretty much think that I cannot do it!
My goodness, all this talk of meds and side effects and we were just worried about chemo. You don't seem to hear of all this other stuff and it's side effects. It just never seems to end☹.
Anyway I've just popped in to say I'll try and keep in touch while I'm away. It maybe that I only give out hugs ❤❤❤❤❤❤ after I've read the posts, but don't be concerned if you don't hear from me for a few days, well until the 14th. I'll try and send some photos if I can work out how to use the camera on my new phone.
Take care everyone and I hope that things improve for all of you who are having a rough time at the moment. We're all a lot stronger than we think and we can and we will get through this. I'll be thinking of each and everyone of you whilst I'm away. xxxxxxxx
I am now going to have my first Bisphosphonates-zoledronic acid at 5 pm. My previous oncologist offered me the IV form. My current oncologist suggested the oral form. I don't know which one is better or more effective to protect me from fracture bone due to osteoporosis induced by cancer, reduced hormone, age or whatever. I chose the IV form as I am suffering from stomach gas. (Joy of chemo. I didn't even have 1 time stomach ache before any chemo) I am getting nervous...
I have requested for vit D blood test. My current oncologist told me there is no blood test for vit D. He would give me a bone density scan. However, when I checked my pre-blood work for next cycle Heceptin+Purjeta. Only a blood test for calcium. 8-( 8-(
Well I’m in bed already. Trying to get my head around all these side effects and worries is too much!
Work was ok but I struggled to hold a one to one conversation which I can now evidence for occupational health when they come calling. Got some useful job updates and managed to get something rather special from our store cupboard before it gets blitzed and thrown in the trash.
Afternoon with my bestie which is generally intense so by the time I got home I realised I’d not eaten today and just had cups of tea... not good for me I know. As soon as I’d eaten I felt tired and then I realised I had both a pot of fruit and a bread and butter pudding that have today’s date on them so ate them too... feeling rather yucky now. Ok I caught up on lunch but not helpful!
So can’t try and sleep so soon after eating and feel bloated and uncomfortable as my lower abdomen still aches. A productive day but I don’t feel any better for it 😕
Got to start a new piece of work tomorrow so hopefully I can just power through and get a full day done then I might feel better.
On a positive note every liked my hairband. I must have been moaning about it as the last thing D said when I dropped him off was I look good in it. Not sure how good I look in it after that day and now in bed! Can’t get a good photo so you’ll have to wait until tomorrow xx
Hi Implausible band Marlyn
Don't forget that my decision to carry on with the bio whatsit is affected by the fact I could not complete my chemo regime. I feel that I should use everything else on offer to try to keep that Mountain Lion from bloody coming back or bringing his friends.
There are so many decisions aren't there!
My onco went from "you really need to have this bisphosphonate" to "ah if you have bad teeth maybe not".... so I'm not sure where to go from there..... will get these 2 teeth taken out after chemo and rads are done and then see what the dentist thinks I guess?
I do have bad knees though so don't really want to risk my bones crumbling!
What a ton of problems all from one little booby lump!
Rosina, I also love hares (it all started for me with the Masquerade puzzle book in the 70s which I was OBSESSED with)
Just from where I sit, I can see this many hares and jackalopes among the art on my walls:
And I have many more unframed in portfolios
Popping in to share my experience.
In 2011, I had an allergic reaction to EC during infusion in cycle 4. The first symptom was hive size, rash like color small bumps appeared on my hands. ITCHY ITCHY I told the nurse and she immediately paused the infusion. The bumps gradually went down and infusion was resumed about one and half hour later but this time they added IV Benadryl. The nurse later told me I had a small reaction. Lucky they could act on it early before the reaction went to my trachea and I might not be able to breathe. I am not sure what they gave me. No more reaction on subsequent cycles.
Recently, I got chemo rash as one of the T side effects. It happened about that night or the next day of chemo. No bump but rashes. ITCHY ITCHY It usually dried out just before the next cycle.
yes, so much info to digest! I have anastrozole to take ( think it's very similar to letrozole)....the side effects horrified me! I'm relieved to hear you've been ok, as of course in my overactive imagination I will be the one to have them all....I met a lady who had to stop herceptin as it damaged her heart...oh eck!
I also have those calcium tablets to chew....they are huge....do you take it the same time as the letrozole?
Paulus....we are glad of any input here, we welcome anything you have to offer.....xxxx
Oh no that was not my feeling honestly on here we give our best information based on our own experiences. I am the first one to say or worry about side effects. I had to stop chemotherapy after one go as I had severe neutopenic sepsis. So I had to weigh up the risks and benefits of that. We are all making such hard life changing decisions all the time.nits such a difficult situation for all of us. Everyone's experience puts a new piece of the puzzle together.
Hello MBJ - I truly wasn't trying to put a point for or against bisphosophonates - it's just in the year that I have been on here since my diagnosis, I have encountered people who have had jaw/tooth problems, and that in turn made dental treatment become quite a major issue in their lives? I'm not out for scaremongering, but the oncologist I met was selling her wares in such a way to make me feel inadequate and stupid if I didn't just accept her advice? So the radiotherapist's input was rather refreshing - especially as they are all part of the same MDT. All the best.
I thought I would say a bit about the Bisphoshonate. I had this infusion with my first and as you know only chemo. I am going to have it every six months for three years. Yes there are side effects (well of course), but I have osteoarthritis and have already had a right knee replacement five years ago. So I though the risk was worth taking. They do also help prevent cancer spreading to the bones in post menopausal women. So that sold it to me really. Here are some photos of the information leaflet for one I am having. My next one should be in August. Here they are done in the Tenovus caravan apparently.
Also I am now taking the aromatase inhibitor Letrozole. There are a few different ones. I have to say that I have had no side effects from this at all so far. I waited until about 16 March to start taking them, a week after I saw my Onc and we decided to stop chemo. He wanted me to get over the sepsis first. It's just one tablet every morning and I also take a calcichew (sounds like a dog biscuit). There are so many decisions to make all the time and it's so important to make the right one for you, I think the more information we have then that should help to make an informed decision.
Bisphosphonates are for bone strengthening. Their downside - and I am only saying this because I am 64, have dodgy teeth, and wasn't prepared to risk it - is that in 'rare cases' they can cause necrosis of the jaw bone. So at my age, I weighed up my teeth falling out etc against further bone thinning - as we say, everything is a trade off. I just think it's really important that oncologists explain that 'downside' of bisphosphonates so that ladies are aware, and can make a considered decision. It was actually the therapeutic radiologist who ran that fact past me, and I doubt the oncologist I see would be quite as forthcoming.
Implausible, the actual " beam me up scotty " lasts only 3 minutes, the extra 20 mins is getting you lined up. Side effects are a red swollen painful boob, but they see you after a every week to chat about these and she did say sometimes the effects can be permanent! Great! Oh, the biowhatsits is bones is it? They probably come with barrying side effects too no doubt!! Grrrr xx
must add Cirenster to my places to visit.
I have a ‘ thing ‘ about hares ever since discovering Jackie Morris ( children’s books illustrator).
Rosina Hare by Jackie Morris
I’m starting to flag at work now …. It’s a long old day! I would sneak off early but the young lady who works for me is just finishing some work off that she wants me to check before it goes to the client, so I have to wait.
At least I can say hi to you lot while I’m hanging around….
Nettie I’m sorry about your delay ☹ I didn’t realise there were other things that could delay chemo – I thought it was all about those neutrophils…… bummer ☹ I guess white blood cell count is closely linked though. Hopefully all will be go go go for Monday.
Marlyn – good to hear that they are speeding ahead with your rads etc, the sooner it is all done the sooner your life can get back to normal. Did your doc tell you what side effects can b expected from radiotherapy if any? My cousin assures me that it is “a total doddle” and that the only annoying thing is having to go to the hospital every day for a month. But I’m sure there must be SOME side effects. Everything else seems to have them! And I’m right boob – so hopefully just normal breathing 😊
Was it bisphosphonate that they want you to go to a further meeting about? That’s the drug that prevents osteoporosis. I was supposed to be having that too but when I went for my dental check before chemo started, the dentist said I have 2 old dead teeth at the back of my mouth that need taking out. And while they are there I can’t have the bisphosphonate for some reason. So after all my cancer treatment is over I need to have those taken out, and then go back to the onco for the bisphosphonate. Or something.
Sonia if they are planning to use that PICC line still, I really hope they can at least sooth the swelling and soreness ☹
Rosina – the hare thing I because in 1971 during an archaeological dig, they found this lovely Roman mosaic in the town:
Cirencester was – as Corinium – the second biggest city in Roman Britain (after London) , so they looooove Roman stuff round here 😊 And the hare has become the unofficial symbol of the town because of the mosaic.
Daisy – I really don’t blame you for wanting to throw in the towel! Until they have figured out exactly what has caused you to react so badly, you are hardly going to be gleefully rushing to your next chemo appointment ☹ I really hope they can get you sorted.
I was hoping for a phone call from my oncologist so I could at least make an impassioned plea for a dose reduction on my next T (a week today if all goes to plan), given that I have had a rough old time with the first one. But instead he wants me to go and see him face to face – in Oxford which is an hour away (as he still can’t drive following breaking his foot playing football months ago!) – this Friday afternoon at 3pm. I’m a bit gutted as that was the only opportunity I had to go see the new Avengers movie!! I’ve been waiting to see it for weeeeeeks! But, never mind, needs must, and I do need to speak to the doc.
Hopefully I can squeeze the movie in next Monday afternoon after I have my bloods done…..
Oh daisy, I'm not surprised your wavering, it really does make you think seriously about it....it's when my oncologist said I was in danger of having permanent side effects....he took the decision off me thank god! I hope there's a good solution for you, surely there's only so much a body can take????? Xxxx
I think it's something todo with moving the heart? You hold you breath for a few seconds....you left? Xx
Just a quick drop in. Finally finished packing🐣👓🕶👕👖👗👙👝👠👡👞. Went to a local village pub for a spot of lunch. Tidied around house and garden. Watered plants and put extra food out for birds, don't know if we can trust Chris to do it.
Sonia28, hope you manage to keep the PICC line. They are so good when it comes to chemo and bloods. Mind you I wish I didn't have mine at the moment, it'll be a fashion parade of PICC line covers while I'm away☺.
Marlyn, why the special breathing for the left boob when it comes to rads? Any ìdeas? Good to know things are moving ahead for you.
Love to you all xxx
Hi all just a quick update. Yes I have had an allergic reaction but they are not sure whether it is from T or Filgastrim. Had blood done and am almost neutropenic. Now got to go tomorrow for repeat bloods but they alerted me to use red card if necessary. No wonder I feel ill. Now I am scared too. I told them today that I am not sure I want any more.
why are hares a big thing in Cirenster ?
I love the blue one outside your office 🤗
Marilyn, that all sounds like it’s full steam ahead.
Implausible, your picture are lovely, glad your work day is going quickly.
Well they have taken the orange orange metal bit off, and are hoping I can get my chemo through the PICC next week, but they think it will have to come out then and maybe cannula for last dose, I’m not sure as they couldn’t find my veins before any chemo. Well will wait and see.
Nettienoo, fingers crossed for the heads up on Monday, like you say, we don't want delays...xx
well, it's all steam ahead for me, ct scan and tattoos Thursday morning, herceptin in the afternoon.
Then rads begin the following thurs ( they don't waste any time do they)? The rads chat took only 20 mins, all looks pretty straight forward, any of you left boob? There's special breathing you have to do...so that group took longer!
Got appointment for 10th June for a bio phosphate clinic???? What the hell is this??? Anyone???
They want me to start my hormone inhibitors immediately but have told them I won't, I really need to be as well as I can be for the 4 and a half weeks of rads....if I'm suffering any side effects from the meds I think the rads will be pretty horrible experience....my decision is final....
didnt sleep a wink last night ....far too much whirling around in my head....so feeling really grotty today....hope I sleep tonight!
Love you all xxxxx
Cirencester looks lovely. I’ll add it to my list of places I want to visit.
Really fed up now. Had my bloods done earlier and my white blood cell count is too low for chemo to go ahead tomorrow. Neutrophils are ok so I suppose that’s good. Bloods being redone on Thursday and if improved will have chemo next Monday at 11. Keep everything crossed as I really don’t want anymore delays as it will put me being well enough to go to the Royal Opera House in July in jeopardy. Xx
Oh Sonia that looks really sore:( 😞 😞
Hope they can sort it!
As for me, I've had a very busy morning at work (just escaping now for a bit of a walk and to get a sandwich before heading back to the office) which suits me just fine as it makes the day go quickly. Also it is lovely to use the maths side of my brain! It doesn't get much of a workout sat at home.
As I work in lovely Cirencester, not ugly Swindon, my walk to Waitrose passes some pretty things.
Here you go:
Oh Sonia28 you poor love. I do hope they get you sorted quickly.
To everyone with appts, work, visitors, aches and pains etc today, I wish you all a good a day as possible.
Daisydi, how are you faring? I’ve been thinking about you.
Love to you all you gorgeous people. Xxx
Ps I’ve had bloods done this morning so if I don’t get a phone call this afternoon it will be all systems go for chemo at 10am tomorrow. It should have been my first T but will now be FEC number 4. Xx
MJB, hope the royal visit goes well.xx
Edinbird, hope work goes okay today.
presently sat in hospital while they wait to see if my PICC line is okay, swabs last week were okay but it has been oozing all week yuck
The swelling in my legs have gone down so that’s good. Oh the joy of it all.
Hope everyone else is well
Just waiting for my Royal visitors now, well that's how it feels. So stressful, I have a blister on my trigger finger from the Dyson oh heck blinking arthritic fingers. Could other half find the new mop heads oh no I went in the garage and there they were in a bag Infront of him, nothing changed there then! House looks clean I hope and cats banished to utility room. Tesco cake though not enough energy to clean and cook.
Morning Implausible and Edinbird,
I have to make a move too.
Driving to my Ayurvedic Lady this morning. She goes through everything with me so I feel it's like a counselling session with health and lifestyle thrown in as a plus.
Guess I am spending nothing at my hairdressers so she is my replacement ( and I don’t go every 6 weeks either!!!).
My mum nagged me to get a dyson after my node clearance ( my brother has one and he got one for her) so I did in the January sales and I love it ( the V8 animal) even though I have no pets.
Talking about nagging every phone started with : have you bought the hoover yet ? ( meaning the dyson) .
I bought it to end the nagging 🤪
So pleases that I did.
I when I told her I had and how good it was her answer was ‘ don’t preach to the converted’.
H1 also refers to her as ‘Google ‘
I used to find it difficult to get motivated to go to work after any sort of break, so can understand your trepidation of returning😕. On the positive side things would inevitably be ok and I'd come home thinking it wasn't so bad afterall☺. Just be careful of that sore tummy. Take care and try and have a good day. You can do it! xx
A quickie as this is my week in the office and I haven't even had a shower yet....better not be late!
Marlyn..... do let us know all about radio....that's something I haven't even thought about yet! I know I'm doing it every day in July, and that they are zapping both my boob and my armpit. But beyond that, I know nada
MBJ a good half of my local friends work for Dyson, thanks for keeping them in business 🙂
Edinbird, also back in the office today. Have a good one. Love the nails. And the ceiling poop story 🙂 I mean..... how???????? 😄
and I didn't realise brie was off limits. Oops!!!
Oh I just saw your latest post. Sorry you are feeling down. I promise you will enjoy work once you get there. I also was a little unsure before my first day back. I was worried people would look strangely at me with my little cancer cap! But they were just absorbed in work as usual and soon so was I. It just felt like normality for a few hours. Didn't even think about bc for a bit. It was lovely!
Trixielady.... did your chemo happen? Hope you are ok
Seaside.... lovely photos from your Mayday walk. Isn't it wonderful to feel a bit more human again after the T assault!
Daisydi any improvement with the rashes? I really hope so, you have suffered enough!
Nettie what a gorgeous birthday photo!! You don't look anywhere near the age you claim to be!! Glad you had a lovely time. Pity about the sniffly grandsons but that just gives a good excuse for another birthday meal 🙂
Rosina - more gorgeous walk photos. And I am giggling at "doomsday" 🙂
As for my energy levels, thanks for asking, I'm definitely nowhere near as "back to full strength" as I would have been on one of my FEC cycles, still a bit wobbly and quick to tire. But I'm infinitely better than I was this time last week, so I'll take it. T definitely hit me harder than FEC though. Still hoping for a call from my onco so I can maybe negotiate a reduced dose next time....
Accordingly, after hitting my 10k steps on Saturday and Sunday, and knowing I have a tiring day in the office today, I designated bank holiday Monday a chill out day. Never got out of my pyjamas yesterday:) I did still somehow manage to rack up over 3000 steps on my Fitbit but I put that down to catching up on quite a lot of neglected housework in the morning.
Spent the afternoon working on my comic:
Love to all
Quick shower time!!
Ok Edinbird come on I'll swap places but i think you might end up sacked haha xx
You enjoy it really xx
Need to get up for work. I have an hour. I just want to stay in bed. I’m not that tired but I guess it’s just trepidation. It’s only for a few hours but I have no motivation. I don’t know what to wear. My lower abdomen is sore has been on and off for four days now. I could easily go back to sleep until lunchtime. Feel a bit fed up. I moan when I’m sat here isolated and now I can’t be bothered to go into civilisation. Want to see my friend this afternoon but he’s been incredibly quiet lately and I don’t know what is happening there either. Can someone else be me today and let me stay here?
Morning my beauties,
How are you all today?
Rosina, I'm not surprised you slept well after that walk. That was a long one. Looks good though.
Trixielady, glad you've managed to tick another one off. Hope you're feeling OK. I think the Herceptin for me is given via IV because it's slower so then if I have a reaction, they can monitor it more easily. I might have completely made that up though! I will go onto injections once I've finished T.
Have a good day everyone.
Morning ladies can't believe I've just lost my post it took ages, it went something like this
Sonia28 hope your ok? Xx
Chemo and 2nd herceptin went well x
Daisydi hope your infection is getting better ? Xx
Rosina pleased your walk went well with H1, Liz and the beautiful Betty xx
Nettienoo lovely hair, hope you had a wonderful meal and birthday? Xx
Implausible Bristol looked fantastic you and your partner in crime looked lovely together bald loved the beards hahaxx
Edinbird you have been so lucky with the cold cap your head bands look good xx
Seaside sar, 2nd injection still forgot to ask the difference between IV & Injections wasn't yours IV? Xx just seen you and hubby managed a lovely walk it looks fantastic xx
MBJ hope your company loved your home and your new Dyson done its duties well at that price it should haha xx I've got a shark and it always feels top heavy but good x
Susie enjoy your break away xx
Deano how are you doing? Xx
Ocean21 hows your beautiful garden and your lovely dogy? Not eating anything it shouldn't i hope?? Xx
Sandra, Veronica how you both doing? Xx
Marlyn hope your rads go well, is your herceptin injection or IV?? I haven't found out the difference yet and why ?? Xx
I have slept 10 hours straight after my walk yesterday ( the Complete Worth Way) Crawley to East Grinstead.
I walked with my friend Liz, Betty her dog and H1 came too. We had a lovely lunch at the end and caught the bus back.
Seasidesar, you look like you had a lovely walk too.
Nettienoo, glad that you enjoyed your birthday. Looking very glamorous and 10 years younger!!
Edinbird I am sporting the ’cancery’ look as my bald patch is too large for a headband like yours to cover it , so my handyband has to be rolled out to full width.
My friend Liz also commented on my eye brows ( still there but not as bushy).
Oh well , I am booked in for the ‘Look Good Feel Better’ session in June - good timing 🤪
Trixielady did Chemotherapy go ahead?
Marlyn, that is a quick start for rads.
Susie B enjoy Aix.
My mum arrives next week Tuesday 14th and H1 is referring it to ‘Doomsday’ - they are both ‘ capricorns’ enough said.
Ocean21 how are you?
Sonia28, Daisydi and Deano ( horse lady) how are you all faring?
Implausible have your energy levels picked up?
I was planning on seeing the film ‘Tolkien ‘ but my friend Liz who saw it told me to not bother as it’s a dud😐
Nettinoo, you look lovely. Glad you enjoyed yourself.
Trixielady, hope everything went well today.
I had a lovely birthday thank you. I managed 3 courses and 2 glasses of Sauvignon Blanc and feel a right porky pig now! 🐽🐽🐽. My 2 grandsons were supposed to be at the meal but have both started with colds and couldn’t come so they were dropped off with their other Nannie. I’ve told them we will have another meal out when they are better so they don’t miss out. I was planning to do that anyway as my son is working on his survey ship off the coast of Norway at the moment so missed out today too. I do feel quite exhausted this evening with all the socialising so off to bed soon with a Horlicks. I’ll catch up with everyone properly tomorrow.
ps I hope chemo went ok today Trixielady.
Hope you've all had a good day.
Trixielady, did chemo go ahead? How are you feeling?
Daisy, hope your rash/itching/swelling has eased a bit. Sounds so awful.
Marlyn, your rads chat got scheduled quickly. Very efficient. Let us know how you get on.
Edinbird, the headbands definitely don't look cancery. They look really good on you so wear them with pride. Good luck at work & coordinating your outfit, etc. I wouldn't have the energy so am totally in awe of you.
Susie, everything matching, a girl after my own heart. I've lost count of how many headscarves and hats I've got but even the nurses have started commenting that I seem to have one to match every outfit.
Well I went for a very long walk today with my other half. We drove out to a nearby village, parked up and found a lovely riverside walk leading to fields with sheep and cows. We walked back along the high street and had a hot chocolate at one of the pubs. It was a lovely afternoon.
Quick catch up.
Implausible, don't you rock the new look☺. It really shows up your pretty blue eyes.
Nettienoo, your wig looks brilliant. Have fun with new hair styles with it.
Edinbird, your bands look ace and because you've got that lovely long hair they suit you and don't look cancery at all. Now me, with short, balding hair, would definitely look cancery. As for the nails I like the snoopy ones, but then I am a fan. As for the co-ordinated look, that's me too, hence the reason I've bought so many bandanas and PICC line covers. You should see what's going into my suitcase and we're only away for 5 nights ( 4 in Aix, 1 at Heathrow airport). As for the poor lady with the poop problem, that made me laugh🤣.
Enjoy the rest of the bank holiday weekend. All the best to all of you who have had or are having chemo this week. xxxxxxx
Thank you everyone for being so positive about my headbands... it’s just odd having them on. Need to decide whether to go headband or hat when I go into work tomorrow. I’ve not had to wear smart clothes since 13th February! Will have to get up early to work this all out!
I have blue nails now so could coordinate or not bother... I would always coordinate my outfits but now I have to include headwear, too much to consider!
For those feeling less good today, at least you are not the lady on one of my Facebook groups who had to get 💩 cleaned off the ceiling in hospital...! I don’t think any of us has been that explosive?! She was laughing about it so all good. I guess what else can you do 🤷🏻♀️
Time for burgers. Figured if I grill them to death in the George (Foreman grill) they’ll be fine but I would’ve normally have had Brie on them. Boo. Sainsbury’s was also taunting me at the weekend giving me a voucher for Brie. It’s good until the end of the month and by then I’ll only have one chemo left... maybe it’s meant to be a celebratory Brie depending on the use by date? We’ll see
Nettienoo the wig looks fantastic wish I had gone for real hair now. Implausable I agree the bald look and feel is much better than the bedraggled look. Mine is starting to sprout now white but with some dark bits for good measure. Daisydi and Deano I hope your side effects improve soon. Edinbird I love your headband and gosh you still have loads of hair, Marlyn good luck with the Radiologist tomorrow. Trixielady I hope you are doing ok with your next round. You girls have coped so well with so much crap that I feel like a wimp for having thrown in the towel so easily.
I have been having a workout just bought a new cordless Dyson total clean. You won't believe the animal fur it has sucked up. Shameful. I blame my daughter for leaving her tow Moulting pests with me and buggering off to Abu Dhabi. I even sent her a photo of the full cleaner to prove how much they were moulting.
Well now to tackle upstairs. I have tow visitors coming tomorrow morning my daughter's mother in law who is great and another friend who is a bit like asking the Queen to tea, and she has not seen the new house so I am sure a full tour will be expected. I think my good arm will be knackered after all this cleaning, but better not complain to hubby as the new Dyson cost£476 😂
Happy birthday Dr evil!!!! Oh that did make me titter... xx
implausable....much prefer the skin head...and you do actually have a good shaped head xx
edinbird...you can't beat a bit of elo...we saw them in Birmingham last October, my favourite is mr blue sky xx
Trixelady ...good luck today Hun....is this your first herceptin? Got mine on Thursday...xxx
daisy....I really do feel for you, hope it gets better soon xxx
well....I'm totally rock and roll....went to marks this morning and bought slippers and jimjams....cause that's just the way I roll! Mind you..it was very " peopley " out there ( has this always been the case? Or has the population increased since I began chemo)? The amount of coughing and sneezing didn't impress me either....I was ducking and diving through marks like an sas soldier.....
Got rads chat tomorrow, so will let you all know how that goes....take care my beautiful sisters.....feel so sorry for all those enduring T....and thanking my lucky pants I don't have to.....I love you all xxxx
Best of luck Trixielady..... how did your heart scan go the other day? I presume it was all ok as you are back in the chemo chair?
And Edinbird, I'm totally not just saying this, but I don't think the headscarf looks remotely "cancery", not with all that hair! Nobody in the street is going to look at you with all that hair still there and think anything like that.... as the assumption is always that cancer = bald.
It just looks different to your hubby because it isn't your usual look.....
And Daisy..... if it was just a straight allergic reaction I think you would be getting more relief from the anti histamines by now 😞 😞 worth another call to 111?
Good luck Trixie hope the bloods are all fine xx
Funnily enough my feet were sore down the outsides... that’s joints...!
Heres the latest headband. This was the mystery band, a bit disappointed as I was hoping for something a bit out of my comfort zone and it’s another black and white one, so three of six are. Oh well. Husband has decided that they do look a little cancer patient-y, like me. Maybe it’s because it’s not what I’d normally wear but I’m starting to go off them a bit. They do the job. I guess I shouldn’t worry. Prefer my hats if I’m honest.