Kicking AML’s Ass: Cycle 2 – A strange twist

Posted by @ 11:16 pm on Thursday 31st March, 2016.
Categories: Illness and injury

I went in for the out-patient appointment today. I was expecting to be sent back home for a few more days, but not for a whole week...

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I certainly wasn't expecting to be taken off all of the antiviral, antibiotic, antifungal and other protective medications too... all so meticulously prescribed and dispensed a week ago. So no more of the following:

A week ago they had already whittled-down the list by removing the following:

That leaves me with just a few skin lotions, some Paracetamol and a couple of boxes of Niquitin. I'm no expert, but I don't think that they will be enough to break the lines of Mordor fend off the nasties before chemo cycle 3 begins.

Hey ho. I'm appointed to be back in as an out-patient next Thursday. If they have caused any problems they can sort them out then.

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