Your note was like fate intervening. I've had a really rough two weeks for week 14 and 15, completely different from my first weeks. It knocked my socks off and I was crying on the floor every day that I was going to quit. It was something like myalgia, with my whole body feeling like a car crash. As suddenly as it swooped down on me one Saturday night, it disappeared this morning, two weeks later. I am still anxious it may return but hopeful that it never will! Thank you for thinking of me - it was like a hand of hope reaching out to help me.
I was so happy to read your postings. I'm in my 14th week of treatment and opted for it against the advice of my doctor! He doesn't like to treat people over sixty, so since I was approaching that age, I decided to do it, anyway. I am now having doubts about my decision but don't think I'll drop out. It's just that treatment and post-treatment can be such a can of worms and I really didn't foresee it. I just glossed over the problems, as if they couldn't possibly happen to me.
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