Day 31 now and I'm feeling better. That 21 days in the hospital were boring. I am stronger every day. When you get down and feel sorry for yourself, reach out to friends. I'll update you later
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After two year of weekly chemo and endless trips to the Vince Lombardi Cancer clinic, I opted for the Transplant. I was pretty scared 17 days ago I started the process. Get a massive dose of chemo that wipes out everything. The next day the transplant. Then just about every emotion, and physical feeling. On day 5 I thought what a piece of cake...lol.Did I get put in my place? Then it got very tough. Fevers, inability to taste food for two weeks. The stuff coming out of me was frightening. Then feeling a little better each day The last 4 days I'm just biding time until I can go home. I feel almost normal except for my GI tract. That can take a while I understand. I'm all excited to go home and start my home isolation One thing I did thru it all and I think It really helped was walk a lot every day broken into short walks At home, before the transplant, I walk over 4 miles a day. It really helps to come into this as healthy as possible More will revealed
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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.