Hi Ladies, well I did it, I returned to the Rheumatologist who diagnosed my first recurrence, This happened because I could not get ct scan at the time and my gp decided he would send me to a Rheum to diagnose cause of pain, he organised mri and the rest is history. But have had back and hip trouble all summer, my gp referred me back to this gent, I was scared because I felt I was reliving the past and didnt know how he would take me. However he was nice and kind and checked my hip pain and I got a steroid cocktail, So now, I am sitting here with two red cheeks as if had chemo steroid. So it is still tendonitis, and I may need a top up in a few weeks, I did feel the relief of pain almost immediately. So it is now more bearable. Today it was back to my own hospital to have a back xray as dexa scan showed a fracture. I need an extraction before I start the Fosavance so saving that for two weeks time. I do keep myself busy in between chemos I have to say. So next week heading away to Malaga for a few days, dog sitter sorted hopefully. Well she is coming to meet dogs tomorrow and hope she will agree to looking in on them while my daughter is at work. I have Oncology check up toward the end of November, I will be at the coffee morning in Cork in October so hoping to meet up with those who can make it. I left some Ovacare leaflets in the Outpatients in the hospital while I was in there. They might encourage more ladies to check out the website and perhaps see what is going on. I hope all of you are doing as good as you can at the moment
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