Week 6 and I am UND from 5,597,345. ALT is 13 U/L (don't know what U/L is), and hasn't been below 200 in a long time. I feel like I'm coming unglued. Finally got nausea med but I need energy med, haha.
WBC 2.9 K/uL is low
RBC 3.46 M/uL is low
hemoglobin 11.0 g/dL is low
hematocrit 33.6% is low
neutrophils 28.3% is low
lymphocytes 62.5% is high
absolute Neutros 0.82 K/uL and will medicate if drops more (?)
I have absolutely no ambition whatsoever!! I am tired, but not extremely so. It seems like every morning is a waiting game to see how I am going to feel but that's not the hardest part. The hardest part of all this tx is the lack of energy. I have always been doing, doing, doing and now I am either not motivated or too tired.
Feel really tired even though I slept well. Don't feel like doing dishes or cleaning house. Have a headache and feel weak and nauseaus. I will be fine, I will be fine, I will be fine. Why do I procrastinate on calling the dr?
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