I thought I’d make the most of my hospital day to update my blog. It’s been a while since I wrote, and that’s been for good reasons – whilst we didn’t manage to get away for a nice hot relaxing … Continue reading →
My Oct blood test results show my cancer levels spiked to 29 from 21 in late September. I spent about 5 minutes trying different self-portrait ideas, before I was too fatigued to continue and had to leave to rest at … Continue reading →
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We had another PG&E blackout start on Wednesday around 2 pm and this one lasted till Thursday @ 4pm. We ran the generators and kept the freezer and refrigerator on for about 4 hours morning and 4 hours evening. Now they’re saying there will be another tomorrow into Sunday. This is ridiculous. Yes, we want […]
Last night was a Dex night. I often don’t get to sleep till 3am on the first night, but now I’ve added sertraline back into my concoction of drugs, I thought I’d go to bed at a relatively normal time. … Continue reading →
This last week has been a really hard one for me. And probably for the whole family. And it has made me face into a few things about myeloma that I think I have managed to bury over the last … Continue reading →
I’m not very good at singing the praises of our children. I think it’s historical and probably isn’t helped that it was how I was brought up, but I’ve made a decision that I need to change that. And I’m … Continue reading →
My late Sept blood test results show my cancer levels jumped to 21 from 16. Based on my current progress, I expect to begin chemo in late 2019 or early 2020. It will be challenging on my body and mind, … Continue reading →
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It’s been just over two months since I started on phase 2 of my treatment journey….i.e treatment since I relapsed. I felt so bouyant when I started it, and really ready to just get on with it, have a few … Continue reading →
So I’m starting this post on Monday 16th September – but not posting it quite yet as I’m hoping that it’ll have a happy ending! It was my weekly daratumumab injection today – week 8 of the 10 weekly ones … Continue reading →
My September blood test results show my cancer levels have risen to 16 from 13. Although this is only a small increase, I’m trending in the wrong direction as my cancer continues to affect my physical and mental abilities. So, … Continue reading →
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