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Yes it was docetaxel.
Really fancying a chippy tea which is odd I’ve ive not been eating that much !!
That's probably the steroids:)
Your dietary choices are no longer your own Also taste buds . Just wait til you really really want something you wouldn't eat before . I posted pic the other week of what was going to be veggie meal to feed steroids healthy carbs . I ended up after opening fridge with full works English breakfast including fried bread never had it for years it was delicious
hope the SEs stay manageable
Evening Fruit Loops, just spoken to Sal, (LondonLass), and she asked me to update you all, after an absolutely horrendous day over 6 hrs later, the news they were waiting for that her mum is clear, they are both so shattered, and are going to finally get something to eat and a lovely relaxing evening before they travel home tomorrow. I am sure when Sal finally gets over their awful day she will be on to tell you all the details.
Love and hugs Jenny xxx
“ We don’t know how strong we are, until being strong is the only choice we have.” xx
Brilliant news ... always good to hear :-)
Hooray, hooray!! So glad to hear the news LondonLass!!!! Hope you and your mum can relax now, collapse in one big heap of relief, and enjoy your weekend. Such a great result. HFxxxxx
Great news. About time Sal had some good news.
So pleased LondonLass xx
BBC World Service is both a blessing and a curse! I like to have something to listen to in the night when I'm awake, but the risk is that you can get way to engaged in what they are talking about! I got into a massive state of anxiety about Hong Kong last night...?!?!?!
Sorry that I've been quiet... been still a bit under the weather, children drama, and today I had a scan on my spleen to see if they need to remove it. They called only a few hours later and said yes, it has to be done. Kind of annoying, but many people live without one and it should help things a lot in the short term, which is what I'm caring about most at the moment!
Hope you are all ok xxx
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