Jul 24, 2020 05:40AM cm2020 wrote:
callmegenie.....The brain fog has been horrible! Three of the most dangerous things that happened during the worst of my brain fog: almost getting into a car accident, forgetting to put my glasses on before driving home from the store, and leaving the stove on. It has been awful! It is getting a little better, but I have to constantly write notes or tell my daughter to remind of things. My RO is at a different medical center than my other doctors. I could have seen an RO at the medical center with all my drs, but the drive for radiation would have been much further (my drs are in my city, but radiation would have to be done in a neighboring city). So it really doesn't matter whether they are all in the same medical center or not. My breast surgeon gave me the option of which RO I wanted her to refer me to. Why are you afraid your RO reads this board? That never even occurred to me! I hope my drs don't!
grdngrl505....Ugh, why is it SO darn hard to get back to the healthy eating? I know I need to in order to increase my chances of no relapse, to lose this darn weight, to feel better, and to be healthy........yet.............ugh! I have felt down (not depressed, just down) and sorry for myself and just starting to process this diagnosis and everything it means, and I am such an emotional eater that food is the only thing that seems to (temporarily) make me feel better. But I have to stop it. I am sorry you are having a hard time with it too. Also, pizza sounds heavenly!