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  • I am totally confused

    xxxanniexxx's blog
    I have just been told I have NHL and haven't started treatment yet, what can I expect???
  • The Demise of Roland Ratso: Chapter one hundred and two

    drewcotgrave's blog
    Monday the 6th July and it’s no chemo day minus three. My feet went absolutely ballistic last night. Not just the flaking skin but I had sharp nerve pains in my left foot and nerve pains in my right toes along with continual aching in my right heel which I broke in 1976. I think that my body is fighting back now the chemo is abating. I nearly took an amytriplalene tablet – I got them for pains in my feet when my diabetes was bad. Dr. Lowe told me to take one, then two and build up to five but I couldn...
  • Amazing News Everybody!!!

    kezza33's blog
    hi all well as you know already mum has to have 6 months of abvd for hodgkins lymphoma stage 2b with a large chest tumour tomorrow she has her 6th session which is her now half way through she went for her usual check up and blood tests etc today, and got the results of her recent PET scan- great news! the chemo is working and the doctors said with a big smile that they were "very pleased" with mums scan results. so she is now fingers crossed on the road to recovery!!!! it makes such...
  • Doom and gloom

    beanpole's blog
    Clive ended up in hospital last week from Mon evening to Saturday, his white count was really low and he developed a temperature, so they had to treat him with iv antibiotics. We couldn't believe it as there was no tv's or anything, totally boring! He is seriously glad to be home it was so depressing in there the bloke in the bed next to him died while I was visiting one night, and there is a lot of old people in there some in a bad way, its really not good for your state of mind. Anyway...
  • Doom and gloom

    Beanpole's blog
    Clive ended up in hospital last week from Mon evening to Saturday, his white count was really low and he developed a temperature, so they had to treat him with iv antibiotics. We couldn't believe it as there was no tv's or anything, totally boring! He is seriously glad to be home it was so depressing in there the bloke in the bed next to him died while I was visiting one night, and there is a lot of old people in there some in a bad way, its really not good for your state of mind. Anyway...