<p>Im new to this site, not sure what we are facing yet and have a meeting tomorrow afternoon, Hubby is a bag of nerves as am i, he has had a Endoscopy and a CT scan, we went through a very worrying time with my Daughter some years ago after she was diagnosed with Breast cancer, she died 2 years later after deciding not to have treatment and trying alternative treatment, i really came on here to see if i could see how others have coped and look for support too, im in awe at how brave you all are and it has given me hope and strength too,thank you in time i hope i will be able to pass on hope too.
Time goes fast now that Bert is home, C Diff has finally settled as has the bronchitis. He is still not very mobile and tires very easily but I suppose that's a small price to pay. He has peripheral neuropathy in his feet so now has to get something for the pain. still attending Physio for muscle wastage in his shoulder. Other than all of that he is fine
Sorry I haven't been on the site for a while I was having real problems accessing the forum. But we seem to have got things sorted. Hope you are both well
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