Ok, so I thought I ought to update people on where I am since my last post. Not an awful lot has really changed but my head is totally screwed at the moment. In summary, I have known that my … Continue reading →
Ok so after my last post, I have had my results back and my paraprotein has gone up again. Not fast enough to worry massively but enough that my consultant wants me to start treatment in July. So we’re back … Continue reading →
Argh sat here on my sofa just waiting for my results. Good for nothing at all. I don’t even know if I’ll get them today as I even forgot my hospital appointment last week. I mean….since when do you forget … Continue reading →
I’m late updating my May blood test results. My cancer levels increased again from 3 in April to between 3 and 4 this month. However, all good, I’m happy chemo is over for now. I saw my Myeloma Specialist and … Continue reading →
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As those of you who know me will understand, 8 years after my first transplant and 10 years after diagnosis, I KNOW that I am doing brilliantly. And this despite the fact that I have recently relapsed and will be … Continue reading →
Apologies for being late sharing my April blood test results. Unfortunately my cancer levels increased a bit. Not freaked out. This chemo has been a rockstar fighting my cancer since October, so no complaints here. I’ve done very well since … Continue reading →
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Hurray, they are in the normal range and even went down ever so slightly. Kappa light chains at 18.9 mg/L Lambda at 13.6mg/L ratio 1.39 the ratio is actually what is important. So I’m still doing great there. One weird number I’ve never even looked at (liver function ALT) went up out of normal by […]
Good News! My March blood test results show that my cancer levels dropped. They are now between 1 and down down from 3 in February. This chemo continues to slay my cancer. Fatigue makes thinking and doing challenging, but I’m … Continue reading →
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I just read a bit of news that I thought I’d share here on the blog. A new study shows that exposure (NOTE: “a high lifetime exposure“) to an insecticide called permethrin increases one’s risk of developing MM. This insecticide is used in public health mosquito control programs, for example. Eeeeek! Here’s the article, for…
It has definitely been yet another rollercoaster over the past couple of months! After my last results showed an increase of 2, my February results were stable…..brilliant news of course, although I can’t really explain rationally why there was a … Continue reading →