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Having a rough time...

Friday, August 28, 2009

This latest chemo (Ixempra and Avastin) has me pretty well knocked out. My body aches, things aren't doing like they are supposed to do, and I can't sleep well. I know that it will pass, but, right now, it feels so hopeless. I haven't been doing my team justice as a co-leader and I feel terrible about it.

Looking forward to better days!
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  • CAROLYN0107
    Oops .... this was a double posting.
    4072 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/3/2009 6:14:39 AM
  • CAROLYN0107
    I'm sorry you're feeling so bad with the chemo. God Bless you. Don't worry about SparkPeople. Thanks for letting us know how you are though. Take care of yourself.
    4072 days ago
    I just wanted to let you know I am thinking of you and keeping you in prayers....take care of YOU, Eunice....we're all here for you :)
    4073 days ago
  • LEESA22
    Sending alot of love, peace and stength your way.
    4076 days ago
    Oh dearest,

    Please don't worry about others YOU must take care of yourself first.

    We understand. Rest...
    4077 days ago
    Hang in there. You will get through this. Concnetrate on your self, your team will undersatnd
    4077 days ago
    OH , i also remembered too, i know what you feel right now but try to ignore these feelings and it will pass very soon .we are here waiting you .Be strong, get better soon. emoticon
    4077 days ago
    emoticon I remember those days when I was going through the chemo.
    Those were the times I just took it one day at a time, sometimes just an hour at a time.
    Don't feel bad about your team right now, your priority right now has to be YOU! And I'm sure your team members will understand.
    4078 days ago
    Relax..Take a deep breath and Let it Go! You will have better days ahead!
    4078 days ago
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