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Jul 11, 2019 10:57PM
I'm done!!!! whoo hooo!!! I didn't get a bell, but I got a certificate signed by all the staff. I brought some treats for all the nurses, as everyone there has been so helpful and nice.
Laurencl-Sorry about having to take those darn shots. BUT You are almost there! Hang on, the finish line is in sight. When I was pregnant, I had to get shots everyday for the first 4 months (I had to take a blood thinner due to a genetic marker). DH had to learn how to give them, so when we did AC he was comfortable giving me shot. Hope your counts go back up in time for the last one.
jrominger-Wow! That is so wonderful that you two have been together for all that time, and continue to support each other. I love to hear about couples who are still together and supportive of each other.
DawnS1962-I'm so happy you have not had much of the neuropathy. My fingertips are a little numb and my toes are too, but thankfully I'm able to maintain my balance and walk okay. I will be watching it closely in hopes that it fades away quickly.
palmetto-Good luck tomorrow! Hope it all goes smooth!
DogMomRunner-hope the counts go back up!!! Thanks for ringing that virtual bell! I heard it loud and clear
loiswb-Thank you for sharing. I hope to see some progress soon, but know I have to endure the next few days of SE. The achiness is the worst, and the fatigue is heavy, and quite frankly I don't remember what it's like to have energy again. I hope that you are able to gain your strength back in full force, and look forward to reading about it.
Thanks everyone for the prayers, well wishes, and congrats (which are virtual fist bumps in my head) :) ! I intend to stay here to report how quickly the SE subside, and to offer support for all of you on here. I wish there was a way to meet you all, but I'm glad technology has given us this opportunity to meet online.