Thursday, December 28, 2006

New to SharingOurDays -- Richard French (Cancer)

Richard is a teacher in England who does a great job of telling us about his treatment and pretty much every aspect of his life. It is a very active blog with lots of pictures. Pretty cool.

http://rdfrench.spaces.live.com/

Here is an excerpt from December 28, 2006:

Day 93 [C1D14] - Flat, Tired & Soooo Unmotivated
Thurs 28th - Healthy So Far

The really good news is that 14 days in to the first cycle and so far, as far as I'm aware, I haven't experiencd any major side-effects to the chemo. There are niggling minor side-effects such as nausea and occassional vomitting (hope you're not eating your breakfast!), and the infamous metallic taste and feel, oh and aching feet and limbs. The biggest impact, however, seems to have been to wipe me out of any motivation for anything, I'm assuming that this is part fatigue and part psychological.

Since last Wednesday I've felt incredibly flat, there seems to be no fuel for any form of enthusiasm or motivation, from eating through to Christmas. Of course there is the outside possibility that this isn't to do with the treatment at all and that in fact I've simply, and finally, evolved in a to a super couch potato!!!!

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