Well we had our appoint with doctor but he not feeling great in still quite pain with his stomach had a mir all well tumour not moved stent clear bowel fine just feeling ill tired all the time pain got something to do process foods he eats to many of them as snacks so got to make foods for him so more waste as he want eat very much but we try he eats small child's size so very hard as we have a problem i have wheat problem so its a huge fight , he still down in moods only because he tired and problems going to loo,.,any body know what foods are easy
well we been chasing a consultant letter to get our insurance money oh boy it took 8 weeks to get it with a lot phone calls really bad time as he wanted to be near our daughter before xmas and now we got letter we still have wait from the insurance people as they wouldn't except SR1 form not to impressed with that as with him being ill money not coming in but his pension i dont work we dont get universal credit well we do but allways comes back as 0 we need really to see someone to help but every time we ask they take time with to see anyone . ,
I hope you don't mind me replying as I had a different type of cancer to your husband but hope by doing so it will bump your post. Hopefully someone who has experienced similar will then be able to offer support.
I am sorry to hear of your husband's cancer journey. It must be very hard for you both and very understandable that you feel tired and fed up. To see him in pain and not being able to eat must be difficult. Can his CNS give any advice on foods that might help him? And also it is worth talking to them about his low mood, and problems going to the toilet. It may be worth asking for a dietician to be consulted.
I am sorry that you have also been struggling to get your finances sorted out. I see that you posted yesterday and had a response from somebody from Macmillan with some really good suggestions to help. Not sure if you have yet seen.
Hopefully someone will now see your post and may be able to give you advice on what foods helped them. In the meantime if there is anything else you need, please do ask.
I hope that your husband's pain settles and that he can get some support with his eating.
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