hi everyone


been gone a while. yesterday finally got my port out, had it since apr 2014. it's good, just wish my wife was here to celebrate it with me. she passed last dec of cancer. hope everyone has a good xmas


  • kmygil
    kmygil Member Posts: 876 Member

    Thanks for checking in.  I'm so sorry to hear about your wife; this would have been the day to celebrate with someone you love.  Getting the port out is always momentous.  On the one hand it means that you're done with those treatments, but at the same time you feel kind of vulnerable...like, what if I need it again?  I don't need to tell you that life is uncertain, scary, and beset with grief.  I can tell you that we are here for you.  

    I wish you a good Christmas and peace.  


  • Cathleen Mary
    Cathleen Mary Member Posts: 827 Member
    I'm so sorry to hear about

    I'm so sorry to hear about your wife. You have had so much to deal with in a short time. Enjoy being port-free.


  • AaronP
    AaronP Member Posts: 10
    Sorry to hear, man. 

    Sorry to hear, man. 

  • danker
    danker Member Posts: 1,276 Member

    Loosing your spouse is indeed a bummer.  My condolences! For me it was two years ago,and it still hurts. Glad you no longer need your port!