Funny how life goes on even when something bad happens. I'd like for everything to just stand still while I deal with things and feel better but things just don't work that way. Case in point: my oncology appointments, one of which was today.
I never really look forward to my oncology appointment. Even though I've been incredibly superlucky and not had any progression for over four years now, I know that my cancer will progress someday. So every time I see the oncologist, there's this niggling worry in the back of my mind that today is the day I find out that my superlucky streak is over and the cancer has progressed.
Fortunately, today wasn't that day. My cancer is still stable with my tumour markers at 35. Yay!
Honestly, I'd have had a hard time dealing with bad news from my oncologist because of my Mom. If the rest of the world won't stop and wait for me to deal with things, I prefer to have only one life-changing event going on at a time.
Speaking of my mom, I did tell my oncologist and nurse what happened. They were very sympathetic and offered to put me in touch with the therapist at the cancer center. Apparently the person currently in that position is moving on and there's a new fellow taking over. The nurse thought it would be better if I could see the new person for continuity reasons. I haven't heard from them yet but I hope to hear from someone tomorrow.
wow, that is some good news! so very happy to read that the markers have not increased.
I am glad your markers are ok. Please talk to someone if you think it will help. I know it is no comparison but I have decided to go to AlAnon meetings to try to learn how to deal with my addicted friend. My point is that maybe I will pick up something that will help me, or help me help her, and maybe you can find something that will help too.
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