Today was the fourth consecutive nap-free day — yeayyy!
More good news: I’m down to one phlebotomy per week. We broke my record on Monday: 30 minutes to draw 1 pint.
My hematocrit is down to 52 (we’re heading for 45), out of the danger zone.
Blood pressure back to good range; no more blood-shot eyes.
I started taking the chemo pills (HU) before bedtime and that seems to help me sleep at night (and therefore less drowsy during the day).
It’s been two challenging months — the symptoms, the tests, the diagnosis, and commencing treatment…
So much for which to be grateful: wonderfully supportive family and friends, attentive physicians and nurses, scientists who study stem cells, and better living through chemistry…
If you enjoy good health, please take a moment right now to breathe deeply and appreciate.
Keep the quality in your life… live, love and laugh!