It’s Sunday evening around 5:00 PM as I begin to regain my bearings. It’s another post-chemo weekend.
Everyone is different. For some people chemo is associated with nausea and more. Not me. This is 100% fatigue. It’s weakness beyond anything I’ve felt before.
Nearly all yesterday was spent sleeping. It’s difficult to get an exact number, but I can’t remember being awake more than an hour at a time. Even when I was awake my steps were short, my brain a little fuzzy.
None of this is permanent. As the drugs get absorbed by my system I’m popping back, but its frustrating to feel you’re really not in control.
Just three more of these chemo treatments and I’m done.
8 thoughts on “Post-Chemo Weekend”
Ah, Geoff! You’re truly kicking cancer’s ass. So thrilled for you❤️❤️❤️ Evi from Danbury
God Bless you Geoff , I did interferon for an entire year for HepC due to blood transfusion I recieved I was so sick and had two small children at the time . I was so fatigued all the time . Since then I am recovered a Zero viral load since 2003, Wishing you continued Blessings and you will beat this . LOVE FROM Stratford Connecticut to you and Helene!!
Hang in there! Sending you a hug from CT…Feel better!
Wishing you a better day tomorrow!
Keeping you in my prayers,
Hang in there, Geoff! You’re doing great! From Northfield, CT
Keep up the positive feelings. It will be done soon! That is what I said to myself when I was having the chemo. Take care!
Have been and will continue to keep you in my prayers.
Hang in there, You’re almost finished with the “Yuckiest stuff”.So happy to hear you are almost finished. Danbury , CT is rooting for you.