Hello everyone, I am just back from my appointment with the oncologist and I now have a plan which is to begin chemotherapy next week (for twenty weeks - counting already . . . ) and then have a mastectomy followed by radiotherapy with good old Tamoxifen . It is what I anticipated, although the order was up for grabs for a while, and whilst I know it will be a long haul, I feel better for knowing that the bone and CT scans were clear and that I have some clarity.
I know everyone is different, but I would really love to hear your top tips for managing chemotherapy. I have been advised to get a thermometer and hand sanitiser, but other than that, I don't imagine there is much else I need in the house? I know I will be slap bang in the middle of chemotherapy when it is Christmas. Apart from delegating to my (adult) children and husband, is there anything I can do now that might make it a bit easier?
Thank you to everyone who has supported me this far. I am sending you my best and warmest healing vibes. xx