Hi Kimi, just popping in to join your thread. I was in same situation, bone mets for 3 years - assumed it wouldn't go elsewhere - CT scan and multiple liver mets. One of the worst pieces of health news I ever had...
Now I hope it'll help you if I explain that my liver mets were found in 2009, and here I am, still posting, had several treatments (hormonal and chemo), and there's been lots of research on new treatments. Am now on capecitabine (tablet chemo) for the 2nd time.
Hang in there, look for hope (even a small thing each day?) and support, and we're here for you.
thanks for your reply
i get shoulder pain too but i also have mets in my spine so i am not sure whats causing mine really!
hope your onc gives you a new option that you can start straight away xx
saw my oncologist on wednesday, he gave me the results of a CT i had back in june,
its the 1st time i have seen him since, as i see the nurse led j-tox in between my onc
it wasnt good news the CT showed multiple liver mets,
it knocked me for six, as i have always said i was "happy" that since my bone mets
arrived 2years ago its not spread outside the bone....unfortunatly now it has.
myself & my onc are both hoping that the chemo kadcyla he put me on is working,
so far i have had 2 number 3 is next week, so fingers crossed.
he is requesting another CT so see if the chemo is doing its job.