Now, for some people, that handful might seem like nothing.
But for me? Blech exponential. I have gone from taking one small thyroid replacement in the morning (20+ years) to this handful of horse choking pills and tablets. Admittedly, some are temporary – those four nasty round tabs are 20mg each of Prednisone and that is only for a few days. The pretty blue and white are Acyclovir and help protect me from the idiots out there who don’t stay home when they are ill. Same for the huge Levoquin which is gag worthy. This only leaves a tiny pink tab – anti-nausea. I am just safe siding it with that one. The chemo isn’t really bothering me, but I can’t think of anything worse than having to repeat this dose!
The rest of the day was much better. Had lunch with a friend, Started on my closet and actually discovered the floor along with some electronics which I thought had been lost for good! The evening saw me out in Richmond at the Eldest’s to celebrate one of her friends birthday’s.
Now – back to cleaning…..
How long do they expect to be having you on all this stuff? I’m looking forward to the happily and more easily ever after for you.
somewhere around a couple three more cycles. For now anyway….
Got it 2/3 beaten. Go Holly.
Hang in there!
Toenails and fingernails some days…. but that is definitely the plan!
What an arsenal! I am glad the chemo isn’t really bothering you. That is good to hear. How many more rounds of chemo do you have?
I keep reminding myself – it could be worse, much worse!
Looks like about the same amount of junk that I take daily. Mine are all benign. Keeps me going.
There is keeps me going (true – life without thyroid replacement would not be long or pleasant) but the rest of it? Meh!
Is there any room left for food?? Seriously, hugs from afar
Plenty, but not a lot of interest…. ah well. fluids are important…
Wish you were here so I could feed you delicate morsels that were interesting and you would feel like eating!
Not good, but if it keeps you from getting worse, it is ok, don’t you think ?
true that. It is mostly the psychological part. Lots of large pills symbolizes illness to me. Tiny ones are lots, lots better