That's really good to know , thank you so much for letting me know. You say first time though so I guess you're back again, Im so sorry. Are you doing OK?
Oh well done Gill, that's amazing, you're over half way. Thank you so much for telling me all that, I really appreciate it. This site is great, I'm feeling more positve already. It makes such a difference to hear all thse little details from someone actually doing it. I hope you have a brilliant time at your afternoon tea - what a lovely daughter! All good wishes to you x
Thank you so much for your reply and I hope your symptoms disappear soon. I will defenitely talk to the radiologists once my appointment gets sorted out. It's so helpful to hear about other people's experiences and I really appreciate you taking the time to tell me about them. I got a bit hung up on the rare effects ( having already had a rare post op experience some years back) and it's reassuring to hear that you actually didnt get fatigue or skin issues.
Best wishes to you too xx
Sorry can't help with the wound predicament and rads. Maybe you could ask for a second opinion or just discuss it with the people administering the radiotherapy as they will have seen most things and how it can affect.
Regarding radiotherapy, I had 15 sessions. I did experience a worsening of my arm movement afterwards,(just as i had got it back to some normality). This has taken time/is taking time to feel more normal as well as effects on scar tissue. I also still get sharpish pains every so often, which are considered a normal side effect. On the plus side, I did not experience any additional fatigue or skin issues during or after. I did use E45 on my skin every so often.
Regards and best wishes to you x