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    stacha1 asked a questionBreast Cancer

    How to handle Chemo

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      Rustysmom

      Lots of great information posted here. The scariest part of chemo is the time before you actually have it. While it can be uncomfortable, and you will likely experience a level of fatigue you couldn't have imagined, it is totally do-able, and the anti-nausea drugs are a big help, so take them on schedule, rather than waiting until you need them. You got this!

      10 months ago
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      CancerChicky

      Lots of good answers, I'm glad I stopped by this one to read. I have learned a lot to help me get through mine hopefully. I'm hitting a wall and having a hard time going on.

      10 months ago
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      mtnrose

      Good info. Thank you everyone. I haven't started chemo...yet. Really not sure I want to. But, I feel learning all I can about it may help with the "unknown" a bit at least...though as has been said, everyone reacts differently to the meds.

      10 months ago
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    Decision Point (To have chemo or not): Decided to have Chemo. Onco DX Score 38

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    Procedure or Surgery (Lumpectomy)

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    Procedure or Surgery (Sentinel lymph node biopsy)

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    Oh No (Cancer is back/Recurred ): Found out I had breast cancer again after 6 yrs. (other side)

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