Chemotherapy - Texgal

Drug or Chemo Therapy Associated with Triple-Negative Breast Cancer, Ductal. Posted on September 7, 2012 View this journey (9 Experiences)

My chemo began two months after my diagnosis and one month after my surgery in 11/09. I credit my oncologist with the ease of my chemotherapy. I had 3 different anti-nausea medications that completely eliminated that problem. After each chemo, I had the shot to increase my white blood cell count so I never had to postpone a treatment because my count was down. I had six treatments spaced three weeks apart. My treatment would be on a Thursday afternoon and I would get my shot the next day. I would sleep much of Fri. through Sun. By Mon. I was able to return to work half-time, usually 10-2. During the three weeks, I would try to add time as I was able. Fatigue was my biggest obstacle.

Easy to Do: Strongly Agree
Minimal Side Effects: Not Specified
Minimal Impact to Daily Life: Strongly Agree

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