Decision Point - nancyjac

Decision Point Associated with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. Posted on March 9, 2012 View this journey (13 Experiences)

I have one more chemo treatment to go. In a way, this feels almost like it did when I was first diagnosed. There will be more testing and scans, anxiously awaiting results, decisions about what is next (single vs bilateral mastectomy), how surgery will affect day to day stuff, impact on my schedule, etc. I know it is just wishful thinking, but I sure wish all of it could just be settled right now.

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  • DarleneDavis' Avatar

    I hope you are doing ok after your last treatment. My last Chemo treatment was 2 months ago and I feel worse than I did when I was going thru Chemo. The side effects are hitting me all at once.
    Painful joints, hips are the worse. Lymphodema, neropathy is gotten worse. I'm 49 and can't believe how I am getting around, very slowly with pain in every step. I have started to lose my nails and toe nails and staying asleep is difficult, I never expected what is happening.
    I know what your talking about when you say body aches!

    almost 9 years ago

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