Y’all, this stuff is AMAZING! During this round of chemo, my skin has been EXTREMELY dry and I have had times it was difficult to walk for the cracks on my feet and toes. My hands and fingers have had deep cracks as well. It has been rough, but this lotion has helped!
My oncologist suggested this lotion. I but the $20 bottle on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/ya?ac=bia&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_bia_item&reorder_params=B000PY9HUK%2C112-3560355-3918612.), not the $100 bottle.
If you are suffering with EXTREMELY dry skin, this stuff is GREAT!
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It is amazing how many episodes of Gunsmoke, The Virginian, Bonanza and The Big Valley I have seen with a wide variety of patients at the Cancer Center.
He has had a WEEKEND! I am sure it is ALL sympathy pain!
After two and a half months of agonizing sciatic nerve pain, Pepper woke up Saturday morning with an incredibly stiff back. He could barely move. It was worse on Sunday.
What a wonderful word -REMISSION! My tumor markers are at 2.41 — below 2.5 which means REMISSION! YAY!!!!
I just saw a commercial about medicine for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). At the beginning of this colorectal cancer busines, I firmly believed I had IBS.
When I FINALLY decided to get it checked out, I was diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer in August 2015. But I had been sick long before that day.
Every colon cancer patient wears one, and everyone hates it.
“The Bag” of 5FU continous-flow chemo is 46 hours of torture!
I guess you could say I am lucky!
This is only the second time in almost four years of chemotherapy that I have had to have it in my arm as opposed to the port. I am having the port checked Friday in Tupelo. But either the port has something wrong with it or it doesn’t work when my blood is too thick (it happens sometimes).