I had my second chemo after surgery (6th carbo/taxol in total with Avastin now included) yesterday and as my bloods were so good, the onc decided not to give me the Neulasta injection (happy days for me as I found it very hard to tolerate with the bone pain it caused). However, I need to get my bloods checked on 10th day and I notice that the tumour markers he is looking to have checked are CA125 and CA 135. I have checked on web and can't find any information on CA135. Is anyone familiar with this marker?
On a lighter note - I had a break from chemo for 10 weeks for surgery and my hair had grown quite quickly so that I had a nice covering after 10 weeks! It is now almost departed once more, I had entertained a high hope that perhaps it wouldn't fall out again, and expressed y disappointed to my daughter and my daughter's response was "Mam - you're alive! When you were diagnosed in June at Stage 4 we didn't know if you'd make it this far!" That put things into perspective with regard to my bald head! Thank you Steph, my beautiful daughter!.