reply to post by boymonkey74
Cheers mate, thanks for the kind words.
Originally posted by 1beerplease
reply to post by woodwardjnr
Good day woodwardjnr, i am sorry to here of your illness and wish you all the best on the road to recovery.
may i please ask what your age is ? how long you have known you've had cancer ? and how long have you been on this 'medication'?
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
reply to post by Night Star
Thanks Night Star. I am so pleased you kicked your cancers but. your chemo sounds much harsher than what I am going through. I'm lucky that the side effects are relatively mild. Just like a terrible hangover for five days. The lethargy is the worst thing.
I'm also lucky to have a team of great careers, mum dad brother and friends make sure I don't have to do anything.
All my chemo is taken in pill form from home, so no intravenous in ejections or anything as invasive.
The worst thing is occasionally the capsules repeat on you and you get a brief taste of the chemo.
Originally posted by Night Star
That is my biggest fear, that the cancer will return. I can't imagine having to go through all that again.
You are an inspiration with your strength and courage.