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Preparing for Side Effects by PinkRibbons .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: After a woman with breast cancer undergoes surgery, she's often prescribed what's called "adjuvant" therapy, which targets cancer cells that may remain in her body. AMAN BUZDAR, MD: The goal of adjuvant therapy in breast cancer is to cut down the risk of recurrence of cancer and keep the woman free of cancer as long as we can. AN ... Read on »
Side effects and other updates, plus the joy of giving back by Nicolas van Dyk Posted Thu 22 Oct 2009 10:05pm Howdy folks. Time for an update. I went in for my weekly Velcade on Tuesday, and then back to the same office to visit with Dr. GD yesterday. The Velcade infusion went smoothly -- I've gotten it down, knock on wood, with this portacath now. I use something called Emla cream, which is a topical solution squeezed out of a tube that is bas ... Read on »
Side effects and other updates, plus the joy of giving back by Nicolas van Dyk Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Howdy folks. Time for an update. I went in for my weekly Velcade on Tuesday, and then back to the same office to visit with Dr. GD yesterday. The Velcade infusion went smoothly -- I've gotten it down, knock on wood, with this portacath now. I use something called Emla cream, which is a topical solution squeezed out of a tube that is b ... Read on »
Sickle Cell and Strokes by Tosin Ola Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Sep 2010 2:25am Written by Sickle Cell Warrior on 22 September 2010 One of the most severe complications with sickle cell is strokes.  So many of the warriors I know have had a stroke, or potential to develop strokes at one time or another. The main causative factor here are those pesky sickle cells that lo ... Read on »
Parker's Hemoglobin Is To Low by MessyJessy Posted Thu 28 Jun 2007 12:00am Parker has recently decided to try this whole crawling thing. He's up on his hands a knees more and more each day. (Still no movement other than rocking, besides and army crawl). Logen thinks he can ride his brother. So, every time he notices that Parker is up on hands and knees, you can bet Logen will be sitting on him, jumping! In the last h ... Read on »
Getting Through the Hard Part of Hepatitis C Treatment by Selena Facebook Posted Sat 24 Mar 2012 12:18pm The Uphill Part of the Journey A weekly injection.  12 10 pills taken on a daily basis.  A treatment I give to myself in the comfort of my home. Hepatitis C treatment might look easy on paper, but make no mistake, this is a real-life home version of chemotherapy.  Yes, I said chemotherapy, as in cancer treatment.  And ye ... Read on »
Feeling a bit like Lance Armstrong by Amanda L. Posted Fri 26 Oct 2012 12:06am Getting my bag Last spring, I went to see a hematologist for my chronically low iron counts. I was feeling run down, my training was lackluster, and I wanted a fix for my anemia. The doc put me on iron supplements with vitamin C for absorption and I faithfully took them on a daily basis. I finally went back for a follow up visit on Wedn ... Read on »
Results! by meredith Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Jan 2011 10:41pm Just a quick post because it's late and I'm tired :) Lynae's bloodwork results came back and they showed low hemoglobin AND low iron! YAY!  This is a very good thing and means she just needs supplemental iron.  Though Brianna's results aren't back yet, the similarities of the two girls' bloodwork and something to do with some of the additional ... Read on »
Chemo 4/ Follow-up visit by fire_sign67 Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 4:32pm Wow, I guess I lost interest in this for awhile. Sorry guys, I know people are looking for updates. Well now you're gonna get a long one because it was a pretty important day. Well Monday I had round 4. I also had an appointment with the my gyn. onc - the first time since I began chemo. I was looking forward to this appointment for awhile beca ... Read on »
Update: Where I Am at in My Hepatitis C Treatment by Selena Facebook Posted Mon 30 Jul 2012 11:20am It's me and my new, shorter 'do to camouflage my thinning hair. Thanks to all of you for your recent inquiries here on my blog asking how I am doing with my Hepatitis C treatment. My huge lack of energy explains my absence from Oh My Aches and Pains! Since April I've been publishing shorter updates to Twitter and th ... Read on »