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First off, THANKS LINDA!!!! This is great.

I have my first CT Scan tomorrow. If all is good I'll be starting my three month visits. But there will be no "IF", I will be starting my three month visits. I'm looking forward to NED being my best friend for life!!!!

Have a great day everyone.

MIND, BODY AND SOUL.

Hugs!

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MARGE: Please post as soon as you know. I am sure you'll be dancing with NED, but please don't keep us in suspense. I feel like I'm holding my breath when I wait for CT-scan results. I don't realize how scared I was until I get the news and that sigh of relief whooshes out of me. ((((Marge)))) I know it'll be N.E.D.

I'm curious if it will feel wierd to not be looked at by a doctor for what will seem, in comparison to the close monitoring of treatment, like a long time. Or will you put it on your calendar like your 6-month dental cleaning, and never think of it until the day before? I hope, once my hair grows in and I don't have that daily reminder, that some days I can forget I ever had cancer. (Of course that 8" belly scar will remind me, but I don't see my belly that often.) Three months with NO oncologist. How restful it would be to simply put cancer out of your mind for days and weeks and months at a time! Is that even possible? I would love to think so.

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I pray that you stay NED for life! I pray that we all stay NED for life.
I know most have you have already been through this, but my scalp.... ouch! How long does that last or does it go away. My hair is almost gone, you can see my scalp right through what is left.
Linda, I too hope, pray and look forward to that feeling...

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Marge I hope you are dancing with NED tomorrow. What a wonderful thing that would be. Hope all goes well. Deanna did you try applying baby oil to you head? I read that helps. They also said a satin pillow case may be more comfortable. Time to pamper yourself. I have not personal experience yet, but only what I have read in books. HUGS to all.

deanna14
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Thanks again Ro. I'm going to try the baby oil, now that you said that, I think I remember Marge or Linda talking about using baby oil. I have been sleeping with a satin sleep cap to keep the hair from getting all over. I tried taking it off last night, but I go chilled. Wow, it's amazing how quickly I got cold with the almost bald head sticking out of the covers. LOL. I let you know how it goes with the baby oil.

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My veins did not want to cooperate today. They finally got one but it was uncomfortable. They had to use heat and still had a hard time. But it's done and I will let you know when I find out the results.

Always in my prayers.

MIND, BODY AND SOUL.

Hugs

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The chemo really messes up your veins. They can get the needle in, but then it bumps up against scar tissue and they have to try another. It takes more 'sticks' each time for me. And they do the heat wraps ahead of time and I try and help by being well-hydrated and massaging my arms (although I don't know if I do that right) the night before. I'm hoping I have 2 more good veins left for my last 2 chemo rounds, and I don't know what they'll do if I need more blood tramsfusions and for my CT-scan. It's such a tough decision about getting a port, and I guess you don't know if you made the right call until the whole thing is over. I think ity's probably too late for me to change my mind, with my counts so low and this close to the end. But you have 3 months now for your veins to recover. 3 MONTHS!!! That's sooooo awesome! Please post as soon as you get the good news!

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Hang in there girls. Linda, you are almost done for a while. Marge you are already done for a while. That is so awesome. I can't wait until I can say that! Chemo number 2 on Monday.

Kris Ann
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Good luck to you Marge!! I pray you will be NED!! Positive thoughts! I am taking my mom to her check up on Feb. 25th. I will keep you all posted on her.

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Just a moment for an update. We are in trouble here, back from the hospital yesterday with severe pancreatic pain constant still. Scheduled to go back for MRCP. They are talking about pancreatic cancer. I pray that 'it' is something else. He is so strong for me ... even now loaded with pain killers he is out grinding feed for our cattle. He just keeps going. Never complaines. Please remember us in your prayers. This is a tuff one. Trying to keep up with your posts too. God bless you all ....may you have divine help with each hurdle you must endure. Peggy

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Peggy, you and your husband are in my prayers, always.

Hugs

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Here I was, coming in here to post a complaint about how OLD I look since I got cancer, how much I've AGED in the past 5 months, how bizarre my eyebrows look...boo hoo hoo. Then I read your post, Peggy, and it really puts my little whinings into perspective. Big big hugs to both you and your husband. ((((Peggy)))). I can well imagine how terrifying this is for the 2 of you,...the possibility that you may go through this again, with roles reversed. Try not to go there yet in your mind, Peggy, not until you know for sure what's up. There's a good chance it WON'T be cancer, and you need to hang onto hope and just wait until you have a clear diagnosis.

I don't know what a MRCP is, but I will look it up so my prayers can be specific and focused. Hang tight, dear girl. Is there any research or anything at all I can do to help?

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Peggy my heart goes out to you and your husband. I hope the MRCP came back with just pancreatitis. It is still painful, but not as hard as if it is cancer. You both remain in my prayers.
Deanna I hope your 2nd chemo session goes well for you. Marge have you got your CT scan results yet? I hope they are good. Linda hope you are feeling stronger, too. Theresa hope all is well with you, too.
I am on day 10 after my first chemo, and have had not any problems. I was sooooo hungry for a week, but I guess a double dose of steroids will do that.

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I would get up at about 3 in the morning and have a bowl of cereal. Couldn't stop eating! Hopefully I will hear from my doctor today about the CT scan. Not worried. I'm am going to Florida on the 18th for some R&R. Great sunshine, great oranges and lots of family.

All are in my prayers.

MIND, BODY AND SOUL!

Hugs.

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Hope the news is good so you can enjoy your trip to Florida. What part of Florida are you going to. Glad you did not come last week because it was so cold last week. It was warmer in Illinois than it was here. The fruit is wonderful here. Get some of Plant City Strawberries if you can. I am sure you and your family really need the R&R after all of you have been through. Hope you will be feeling well enough to enjoy the trip.

Peggy you and your husband remain in thoughts and prayers. Hope you have some news by now as the unknown can be so anxiety producing.

Linda hope you are feeling a little stronger now. Liver and raisins are high in iron. Don't know if you like liver or not.

Deanna hope your second chemo treatment went well. I read in my Crazy Sexy Cancer Tips book that there is a "Bald is Beautifu" site. I have not checked it out yet. When you feel better you mibhgt want to check it out. I keep reading that "hair" does not make the person you are, but I bet it feels very different to not have hair. Mine has not started coming out yet. I am on day 11 post chemo and continue to do very well. I guess maybe because I have not had the radiation that you others had first might make a difference for me.

Theresa I hope you are doing okay. We have not heard from you for a while.

HUGS to all of you.

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Hi, Ro! I didn't have my radiation yet either, and will be having that in April and May AFTER all of my 6 rounds of chemo. Every oncologist is different and I think they look at your surgery pathology and plan your treatment schedule based on what direction it looks like the cancer spread was trying to go. Both the radiation & chemo oncs wanted me to have ALL of my chemo first, even though I lobbied at the start of treatment and again after my 3rd chemo round for the 'sandwiched' schedule that you are having (and that Peggy had.) The radiation oncologist said he didn't want to compromise my bone marrow with radiation in case it would prevent me from having all 6 rounds of chemo, and I think my history of anemia prior to cancer may have played into the decision to do the radiation last. And they are clearly more worried about more distant mets for me, than mets in the more localized pelvic region where they feel pretty confident about my de-bulking surgery. The chemo onc keeps reassuring me that chemo kills cancer everywhere, whereas radiation only kills cancer where you point it, and we'll get to the radiation when we get to it. That chemo better be working!!! I have no choice but to believe that it is. For all of us.

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I'm happy to hear that I'm not the only one with the munchies. I am trying to drink more and eat more fruits and veggies. I know I should be drinking a lot of water, but it is the one thing that tastes nasty. Like pond water! I have been using SF kool aid and crystal light which the chemo nurses said would be okay as long as I'm getting enough fluid. Even decaf tea is good is what I was told today.
Hang in there Linda, and be patient. After only one chemo, my counts had dropped a lot, they said it was b/c I had already had the radiation. I so well know the feeling of wanting to finish this and get on with our lives. And... the chemo is working!!!!
Marge, I am praying that the CT is good news.... the waiting is so hard. You deserve that vacation and I hope you have an excellent time. Think of us (just once), while you are walking on the beach. I'm so happy for you that you are getting a well deserved vacation.
Love to all...

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How long did it take to get your results from CT Scan. I'm still waiting....

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Hello Marge, Thank you for all of your support for my husband. My CT scans are read and presented to me within 4 hours. I do my bloodwork, use the same site for my scan IV then I go shopping for 4 hours then meet with my oncologist to review my scans / ca 125. I live 90 miles from the hosp. so they are great about letting this all happen in a day. I go again Friday for my overdue scan. My husband was in the hosp when I had to miss my appointment. Hello to all of you other sisters too. I am trying to keep up with the posts and hear the latest. God bless you all you are carrying me again. We are leaving for Mayo on Sunday. My husband is not doing well at all. Peggy

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Peggy, it's nice to see you post. I am sorry that your husband is not doing well. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your husband.

Marge, the last CT scan I had, I finally called the doctor's office for the results and they had them. They just hadn't called to give them to me.

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I got my last CT scan on a Friday, and they had my results for me when I was getting my chemo the next Monday. For my first CT-scan it was 5 days I think; I remember calling a couple of times, impatient to know. (((Marge)))

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I'M DANCING WITH NED!!!! :)

MIND, BODY & SOUL.

HUGS!!

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I'm so HAPPY for you!! I KNEW it would be NED, but it's still a thrill and a relief when you get the good word that all is right with the world! (((((Marge)))) (happy hugs)

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That is fantastic news Marge!!! So encouraging!! How long has it been now? I am taking my mom for her check up on Feb. 25th... I'm a tad nervous...

I'm so happy for you!! Celebrate!

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I am so happy that you are Dancing with NED. Hopefully you had a dance with your wonderful husband, too. That has to be such a relief for you and your family. That will help you enjoy your vacation much more. Celebrate. We all hope to dance with NED.

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WHOO HOO,
Congrats Marge! So happy for you and thanking the Lord.

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I am very new here and what a day to read that someone is dancing with NED. I have 1 more treatment to go then wait 2 weeks to get my ct scan. I am very nervous because this is a mets to the lungs after 1 year of having radiation and radical hysterectomy. I had carbo/taxol treatments and side effects were terrible except this time I feel great (#5). I have been getting the booster shots for white and red blood cells and they are working.

Again, I am so happy to hear your news. Live with hope.

Sharon

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Happy that you have found us, and welcome! What kind of cancer are you fighting? You must be excited to be closing in on the end of your treatment regime. I still have 2 more rounds of chemo that I need to get in me if my platelets come up good enough to push on, and all my radiation is still ahead. It seems like I've been at this so LONG already, and yet won't be done until summer. Quite a few of our UPSC Sisters are dancing with NED now, and they all give us hope that we will get our turn on the dance floor, too.

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Hi Linda, I have mets to the lungs from my endometrial cancer which was staged at 1 grade 2b.
I had a radical hysterectomy then 27 radiation treatments in Aug and Sept. of 2007. I was going along without a care in the world until I got leg pain in my left leg which led to a ct scan which led to carbo/taxo treatments. I too had plenty of anemia, with low platelets, and so I have 2 shots to get every time I get a treatment. The side effects from the Neulasta gives me terrible bone aches but i have a pill for that too. I am in shock still to find out that it traveled. The lung nodes are very small so here's hoping the treatments will put it in remission. My doctor told me it was not curable but remisson is about 75%. I will take it.
It does seem like it's been forever doing this and now that I am close to the last treatment I am scared. Every little pain, and here comes the cancer head.
Thank you again for getting the discussion for endometrial it's own heading.

Sharon

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I am glad you found the website. I have found it very informative. We appreciate hearing from those who have completed or are close to completing their treatment plans. I am just starting my treatment program. Had the 2nd chemo treatment today. Hope the three weeks following go as well as they did the first treatment. Except for losing my hair, I would have not known I had any medications. I do have problem the day of treatments, but did not afterwards. I too hope you get to dance with NED, soon.

Tell us a little more about yourself. Maybe you have it posted somewhere else, and I just have not found it yet. Again I am happy you have joined our group. I wish you did not have the problem to join us though,

deanna14
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I like that.... fuzzytrouble! LOL. Welcome to our group. I'm sorry about your diagnosis, but glad that you came here and found us. We are all in various stages of our treatments, so there is a lot of support here.
Glad to hear that you only have one treatment left. I have 4 chemo treatments left and as long as I have no postponements, will be done the first week of May. I finished my 28 radiation treatments in December. I had total hysterectomy in September. Oh... and got married in November in the middle of my radiation treatments. LOL. Life is good, isn't it?!
If I could just grow my hair back now...
Glad to have you. Take Care
Deanna

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Hi Deanna, thank you for your welcome. Fuzzytrouble is my cat's name and it goes will with my hair status right now. lol

How did your radiation treatments go? I had them after my hysterectomy and had a few problems but they had a pill for everything I was going through. I am with you as far as the hair goes, I miss mine so much. Do you wear a wig?

Sharon

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Hi Sharon,
The external radiation was very tiring, but the other symptoms were very manageable. I carried Imodium around with me, but as long as I was careful about what I ate I didn't have much trouble. Internal radiation was physically not so bad, but emotionally very degrading and humiliating. I knew I had to focus on the positives and just get through it and I did. I pray I won't have to endure that again!
I am doing pretty well with Chemo. I am getting Carboplatin and Taxol every 21 days with the Neulasta injections the day after chemo. My WBC's weren't very good last time, but the ANC was okay so I got to have my treatment that day. This time I am feeling very tired and can pretty much go to sleep whenever I sit still for very long. I hope that doesn't mean my counts are low. I will find out on Monday when I am scheduled for chemo #3. I hope I won't have to postpone any treatments. I haven't had much trouble other than being tired. I have actually gained a lot of weight since surgery. Story of my life... I can't sneeze without gaining weight. The doctors keep telling me not to worry about it until after I finish treatment.
I have tried a couple of times to wear my wig, but it is too hot and itchy. I have a lot of hot flashes and I keep getting a heat rash on my head! I would like to have a pony tail to wear under my caps. I too am getting tired of the hats and scarves that I have. Oh well... I will make do. I have tossed around the idea of just going commando... no scarve or cap. It is still a little cold for that around here. LOL

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Hi Deanna, I too have my ups and downs for the weight gain but I think it's the fluid build up after the treatments. I lost weight during radiation but soon put it on after it was over. I did not have the internal radiation and from what I read it's not pretty but at least you give insight for others having to go through this. After I lost my hair I had pimples all over my head and they hurt so much, now I just get one or two now and again, they told me it was the pores getting infected but it would go away.
It's too cold for me here in Oregon to go without a hat and I just can't do it, I have to have a cap on when I go out.

I was very tired all the time and it was because I was anemic and my red blood cells were very low. I have had 2 booster shots so far for that and I feel pretty good now. I bet that's what is wrong with you, it's pretty common for us all on chemo. Doesn't it stick that we can't just be ourselves anymore? That's what bothers me the most with all this. I try to keep upbeat but it sure is a struggle.

Well I sure hope you don't delay any of the treatments I know how it is to want to get it done. I did go for four weeks in between and that helped alot.

Take care,
Sharon

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I wonder about the anemia. My Hgb was 11.0 prior to my last treatment which is on the low side of normal. I guess I will find out on Monday. I have been trying to increase protein in my diet and have eaten steak a couple of times since the last treatment. I hope it works. I went to the store today and I have to drive about 15 minutes and had trouble staying awake for that. I have a feeling I probably won't be able to take a treatment on Monday.

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When they told me that I was anemic i asked what I could do to bring it up as far as diet and supplement and they told me nothing could bring it up except the booster shot or waiting a extra week between treatments. Believe me I ate protein, red meat anything with a bit of iron and it did nothing. I hope you recover fast with your counts.

take care,
Sharon

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I posted to Linda telling how I ended up with all you wonderful people fighting for the same reasons. How are you doing after your 2nd round and what are cocktail are you getting?

The worst of all this was losing my hair, not only did mine hurt while it was falling out but I buzzed cut it myself and scared my husband. I am not one of those beautiful bald ladies. I am just about to lose all my eyebrows and eyelashes too. I had bushy type of eyebrows so I still have a few strands left of them. I got real tired of my hats and scarves too, so I found a pattern to sew for myself. It's a baseball type of style and it's all cotton material with ties in the back and it doesn't slide all over the places.

Let us know how you are doing.

Sharon

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Hello Shortmarge, What did you do for celebration on your results from the CT scan?

Sharon

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Sorry to hear about your diagnosis, but we are all here for you.

I spent five amazing, wonderful sunny days in Florida with Aunts and cousins. Had an absolute blast, lots of laughs! My energy level is getting better, my hair is growing back, even had man hairs on my chin yesterday and plucked them. I was excited about it, who would have thought you could get excited over man hair! My neuropathy is getting better too. There is life after radiation, chemo and major surgery!!!!!!

MIND, BODY AND SOUL!

Hugs.

deanna14
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Marge,
I am so happy to hear that you are gradually feeling better, that you had a great vacation and that there is life after these treatments. I pray that you gain strength and feel even better with each passing day.
I look forward to May when I can do the same!

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I had an appointment this morning with my chemo oncologist, since he was off on Monday when I had my chemo. We needed to schedule my last (LAST!) round of chemo (tentatively scheduled for March 16th, with the realization that I will probably need an extra week again but we're going to draw blood at the 3 week interval and see if I can safely get my chemo on schedule for a change.) But the conversation was mainly on 'what's next?' Of course I still have all my radiation ahead, but he wanted to discuss HIS role with me going forward. He told me that I will have a CT-scan done again 2 weeks after my last chemo and before my radiation starts. He recommended a gynecologist who would join my 'team' for routine follow-up visits, since my gynecologic oncologist/surgeon is hours away from here. He told me that he will monitor me after treatment using 3 things: 1.) CA-125 which he considers a reliable marker for me, but of the 3 things they watch CA-125 is given the least importance. But if mine goes up it will trigger additional testing.; 2.) CT-scans; and 3.) pelvic exams. He said they rely on ME to let them know if I am having any bloating or pain or anything unusual. He seemed really pleased that I was experiencing very few side effects other than the low platelets and hemoglobin.

We talked a little about the 15 pounds I've gained, some of which is water weight from the steroids, but he wanted to be sure that I was EATING on the extra pounds and that it wasn't anything else and examined me to be sure. Everyone has warned me not to lose weight before the radiation. No worries there! Did any of you drop a lot of weight during pelvic radiation? I would love to lose the extra weight but not with diahrea!

Anyway, it just felt good to look BEYOND treatment with the doctor, out there with the 3-month monitoring visits, out there with eyelashes and eyebrows and hair! I can't wait to join you lucky NED-Sisters, probably in June or July for me (fingers crossed for luck!)

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Hope you can get your "last" chemo treatment on schedule and your labs will be okay to recieve the treatment. My ob/ono pretty much said the same follow-up for me after all the treatment is completed (3 month CAT scans, pelvic exams, and labs). I have my 3rd chemo scheduled for March 12. Lab will be the day before, as the treatment takes me so long. After the rest period, I will be returning to Illinois for my radiation treatments and last 3 chemo treatments. I asked about if I would only have external radiation or also internal radiation. He said it was up to the radiation onocologist, so I guess I won't know until I meet with him. The ob/ono said I may have a CAT scan to determine how my anatomy is to make sure the radiation goes where they want it. I have not had a CAT scan yet. I still have really good blood counts, which makes me feel guilty when so many of you have had low blood counts, and platelets. Wish I could share of the blood with you. Started some blood pressure medication today as it is still running high. I still have a little fuzz left on my head. I am sorry for those of you who have had so much trouble with you head being sore, and having pimples. I have such dry skin. I still have my eyebrows and eyelashes. I wonder if my hair will grow back with the radiation treatments and then come out again with the last 3 chemo treatments. Linda you really put my mind at ease with referring me to the Ovarian Discussion Board regarding my CA 125 level. Thank you so much.
The ob/onoco did tell me diarrhea could be a problem with the radiation treatments. It sounds like you have been keeping your nutrition up with the ensure. HUGS to all.

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That must be an awesome feeling to schedule your last chemo. I think you are going to breeze through the radiation. I did not lose weight on radiation, I gained weight. Prior to treatment, I had been going to weight watchers. So, the low fiber diet that I ate during radiation put a bit of weight back on me. Now with the steroids for chemo, I had to go buy a size bigger pants as I can't stand anything tight on my stomach anymore. I kept Imodium with me all the time, which a used a few times. I asked for the radiation diet paperwork before I got started so I would know what to avoid. I think as well as you have done so far, that if you watch what you eat and keep Imodium handy you will do fine.
We will probably complete treatment about the same time. I am scheduled for my 6th chemo treatment the first week of May and anticipated doing a seventh treatment if I did okay with those. So, probably Juneish... provided I don't have to postpone any treatments.
Yeah... it's just around the corner.
Hugs of strength, positive thoughts and blessings to all the USPC sisters. As always, you are in my prayers.

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Hi Linda I just had my blood work today and my red blood and platelets are very low again.
It seems like a roller coaster ride that won't end. You and are going to get out 6th around the same week. Mine is suppose to be March 11th and hoping that my blood counts are good enough too. Here's to the two of us finishing up our last treatment on schedule and no waiting and extra week.

I haven't had the talk yet about the follow-ups except that a ct scan 2 weeks after my last treatment. Are you scared or excited? I am both.

Have a great day,
Sharon

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Glad you got to visit with family and had lots of laughs. Glad to hear your energy level is better as well as your neuropathy. I can imagine you were happy about "man hair" as that means other hair will return, too. So glad you are doing so well. Continue to take care of yourself.

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