It’s been a while since I last posted and to be honest I have not been logging on too often.
My darling husband passed away last month, his cancer was too aggressive and treatment stopped last August. He deteriorated gradually but after Christmas the change was drastic. In the end his passing was a blessed release from the discomfort and degradation of losing absolutely any independence. It was devastating for him and for me watching my beautiful husband of 47 years fade away.
So one day at a time and one step at a time I carry on.
Last week I had my blood test results and my PET scan, and this morning I saw my lovely oncologist- whose husband treated mine.
Scan all clear, still in remission and CA125 is 9.
Next blood test in 3 months and see her again in October.
It’s three years tomorrow since my last chemo and 2 years 4 months since I finished Avastin. I know I am extremely lucky as the prognosis at diagnosis was not good. Stage 4, with cancer all over the place.
I hope that my situation gives some hope to those recently diagnosed.
The weather is warming up here in south west France and my little dog is enjoying her walks again, she hates he cold and wet.
Sending you all love and strength