CSN Login
Members Online: 17

Finished Four A/C

sueholm's picture
sueholm
Posts: 221
Joined: Oct 2000

Just to let everyone know that tomorrow i do NOT have chemo, which is a wonderful thing! It is now three weeks since last A/C and i am beginning to feel normal again. Main thing i learned is that it seems impossible to predict how it will go. I never threw up, and effects varied each chemo. I think one and three were the worst. Seemed to be no rhyme or reason to it. Now I have mastectomy Feb 26, followed by radiation. I feel good about things, anf know I am getting the best of care. Love susan

cruf
Posts: 931
Joined: Oct 2000

Hi Sue! Glad you're finished with the first and probably worst phase of treatment. On to the next which should be a breeze. You've done real well and should continue to do well. My prayers are with you. Good luck with surgery. You'll do fine. Thinking of you. Cathy

tiger
Posts: 292
Joined: Oct 2000

See, I told you there is light at the end of the tunnel, now you get to go and relax in California, you lucky bugger. The mastectomy will be a cinch. After having chemo, we can move the world if we had to. Good luck and have fun!!
Hugs from Tiger

pamtriggs's picture
pamtriggs
Posts: 408
Joined: Sep 2000

Way to go Sue. That was probably the hardest bit done with. I found the actual mastectomy a breeze & that was 19 years ago. Just do the exercises after the op to avoid lymphedema. Keeping you in my thoughts. Love Pam

debw
Posts: 109
Joined: Dec 2000

That is wonderful that it's over. Love Debw

Subscribe with RSS
About Cancer Society

The content on this site is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition. Use of this online service is subject to the disclaimer and the terms and conditions.

Copyright 2000-2014 © Cancer Survivors Network