My dad has been in remission now since April 2004, after he finished his last chemo is June he started to feel numbness and tingling in feet. Has anyone had this experience and can it go away.
My dads taste buds fully recovered from radiation it took a good month. (FYI) He is sceduled to have a cat scan soon. He hates having to follow up for the next year, he wants nothing to do with any of this, he justs wants to go on with his life and not think about it. I understand its standard preventative maintenance. My dad has recuperated well for 72 years old from his chemo and radiation. He has a strong will and very positive outlook on life. We worry about Hodgkins coming back, but as each month goes by we feel we are slowly getting out of the woods. I hope my dad can continue to live to a ripe old age and continue to enjoy his life for alot of years to come. I love my dad so much as you can see and for the all the wonderful hodgkins survivors who kept replying to me thanks again for your support, I hope in return I have been encouraging to you.