Today has been a hard day, both physically and emotionally. When radiation ended, I knew I would be starting hormone therapy that would last ten years. It would be in two segments, each lasting five years. Two and a half months ago I began the first phase. I would be given a monthly shot, Zoladex … Continue reading "Today Has Been Hard"
When I was diagnosed in August the end of treatment seemed so far away. It felt like it would never arrive. Surprisingly, the past seven months have gone quick. I believe the countless appointments kept our schedule busy and I slept a majority of the time on chemo. It probably felt faster for me than … Continue reading "In the Final Month!"
When I had my surgery back in September the doctor had to remove two lymph nodes to determine if my cancer had spread. Thankfully, my lymph nodes were completely clean! What I never realized was that removing two lymph nodes would leave me with a reason for a medical alert bracelet! Let me start with … Continue reading "My New Accessory"