Chemotherapy - LoverOfGynOncs

Drug or Chemo Therapy Associated with Clear Cell, Ovarian or Fallopian Tube Cancer. Posted on April 24, 2019 View this journey (7 Experiences)

So Chemo is the part we all I’m sure fear the most , the cancer can be cut or radiated ,.... we can have the mental strengths to get through the procedures needed for that!
The chemo (for me) was my mountainous hurdles!
I didn’t care about the hair loss. Also mentally going in to each session I was able to talk myself into a good strong mindset, (for me through prayer) but just having to submit to going was my battles! The knowing and praying and thought processes of , is it gonna work?,.. , am I going through all this for what!? This Was the tricky mental game that went on in my head! But the chemo itself was ok to deal with as I had an amazing team of P/A’s, nurses, dietitians and pharmacists helping me! I shared every small lil twinge and nervous feeling with them when they were monitoring me to make sure they could do their best to help me (with the drugs and reactions)

The impact of chemo on my daily functioning was a lil more effective than I thought would be! (They did warn me) but I chose to be optimistic! Lol!
So give yourself time to go through this huge battle, the ups the downs the highs and lows and the recovery!
Don’t force yourself to be anything more than your feeling in every moment! Be PATIENT WITH YOU! Be happy for each morning you wake up on the other side of chemo! You will get through this!
It is hard but our bodies are amazingly resilient !
Be grateful for your life! Be clear as to WHAT YOU NEED FROM YOUR FMAILY FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES! (They just want to help!)
Love yourself no matter how weak, sick, bald, nauseous, sad, or different you become, you are fighting one of your greatest battles! Go easy on yourself and those closest to you!

Easy to Do: Neutral/NA
Minimal Side Effects: Neutral/NA
Minimal Impact to Daily Life: Disagree

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