I understand how scary this is to you. I went through all of that last year. I wish you all the very best with your treatments.
I would suggest you always take someone you can trust with you to your doctor's appointments.
Always ask questions - no matter how silly they seem - this is YOUR journey and YOU need to understand everything that happens to you.
Don't be afraid - be positive - think of life not death.
Learn some relaxation exercises and don't forget to pamper yourself along the way as a "reward" that you have passed that step, then onto the next.
Take one day at a time and don't worry about what may be - know that you will be okay and you aren't alone.
Good luck with everything.
Hugs to you
Hi Sandy, Thanks for the welcome and the encouraging words. I like the idea of a "reward" along the way. At the end of it when I feel able we have decided to use one of our Travel Auction Vouchers and go away for a few days. Sergio and I were talking about that this afternoon. He is being a wonderful support for me.
Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.