Ha, just read your posts Lass. Very helpful, thanks!
Sorry for the late reply I’m currently in hospital with pneumonia, I was quite poorly but on the mend slowly my breathing is so much better with antibiotics and oxygen...
As for my mets they are all stable and haven’t grown apart from the ones in my thoracic which fractured my spine, thing is I always had problems with that area of my back, I was a gymnast from 7 to age 16 so that won’t of helped and after the birth o my first son I had pain there while I was breastfeeding so went to see my gp and I got an X-ray and it showed at age 25 I had osteo arthritis, I had intensive phisiotherapy but the vertebrae had fused together so I’ll always wonder if my bones were already weak was the reason the cancer broke through... but all the others had stayed the same so I was happy with that, hope you are doing ok
Love Jo xxx
Sorry to hear pneumonia has you in her embrace at the moment Jo.
Glad you're in the best place though, and the meds seem to be working and you're improving.
Long may it continue!
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