I have 3 rounds of chemo for Breast Cancer and the veins i my chemo are are really sore! I am getting a Picc Line put in on February 10th for the remaining 3 rounds. Has anyone had one and experienced any problems or complications from having one put it! Is the procedure painful?
I am so sorry to hear that you have so much pain in your veins due to chemo injections.
I hope that someone who had the PICC procedure done, will comment about their experience.
In the meantime,I have provided for you a site that deals extensively about it and I hope it helps a little.
Wishing you all the best and good luck!
Nice to hear from you! Hope you are doing well! Thank you for responding to my question! It has been a challenge for sure, Triple Negative Breast cancer, grade 3, seroma, fluid in my lung, now phelibitis in my arm. Blah! But anyways, won't complain too much as at least I am here responding to you! Thank you for the site!
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