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Its awful not being able to sleep. Friday night I was awake will 3.30am, then Saturday spent most of the day snoozing. It’s so hard to break that cycle especially when you just feel yuk.
Hope you managed some sleep eventually Gaby.
Aley I hope you had a better weekend and that your SE’s have now calmed down.
Its pouring down here, so we’ve decided on an afternoon at the cinema. Always feels like such a treat.
have a good day all xx
03-12-2018 08:40 AM
GabyF - can’t remember the last time I really slept properly either...I just toss and turn...drift off to sleep then wake with a hot flush! Or freezing cold cos I have shoved all the duvet off....I now just sleep when I can and hope it will all sort itself out later! I would just love to wake up refreshed and ready for the day....
Been aching all weekend following T last Thursday.....every muscle and joint in my legs particularly....should probably go for a little walk but too tired 🤣💤
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It's my left eyelashes and bits of my right eyebrow that seem to be going! Still got a few bits of hair on my head sticking out at odd angles, so yes, I'll also be a bit of a stunnner for Christmas
I've been quite lucky with Paclitaxel this week: virtually no side effects except for feeling a bit tired and breathless, so I've taken advantage and had a couple of fairly busy days - meeting friends for tea, wrapping presents, and attending a university open day with my lovely daughter. It's been nice.
I also started doing some creative writing this week, just gathering up thoughts and ideas that have been floating through my mind over the last few months, and combining these with a bit of family history which I have been dabbling with. I've really enjoyed this - something to keep my mind busy, without any particular aim. I don't know how long I will keep it up for, but for now it's something to focus on and to stave off boredom.
Aley: Sorry you've had such a rotten couple of days. I really hope you're starting to feel a bit better.
Have a lovely Sunday, everyone.
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30-11-2018 07:59 PM
30-11-2018 07:52 PM
Hi A Little Pixie - each hospital might differ but on the weeks that I only have Paclitaxel, I only have steroids as part of the pre-meds on the day. I don’t have any more to take home & it does help. Every 3rd week when I have Carboplatin & Paclitaxel I still have steroids for 3 days following chemo & they are the pits.
I agree with Gaby that the SE’s of Paclitaxel are so much more manageable and honestly having it weekly makes it count down a lot quicker.
Only problem is, think we’ll have baldy eyes for Xmas. Maybe need to rock the 😎look for a while.
Kath - i’ve got a central line & it’s been such a boost. My veins were rubbish from day 1, so had to have this fitted cause they couldn’t even get a picc line in. Does make life easier.
Aley - glad to hear you’ve had your last FEC & hope the next few days are kind to you.
Enjoy the weekend everyone. Sending hugs to you all xx
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