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  1. #391
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    Happy birthday De. Welcome home Di. I'll pass on the lamb but what's for dessert?

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    We had birthday cake.mmmmm yum.


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    Now I'm jealous I didn't get a cake this year, slinking off to sulk.

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    Off again in the morning. This week we are in a cabin that faces into the park, able to say hi more to people around us.

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    Back again for the weekend. I have trouble swallowing, am tired but all is good.

    My mate Maryann (Amy, my 'daughter's' mother) was here today. She gave me a ring from er finger to wear, to signify that she was with me and was to be given back when I was in remission. We had been talking about waiting for a few more scans before returning it but we decided today that she gets it back as I am in remission, we hope for good. To me that meant more positivity. Feels funny without it on my finger with my signet ring lol.

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    Glad things are going as well as they are Di - - Bugger about the throat tho'- Beautiful Cake looks delicious. Happy Birthday & enjoy your special day.

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    It was De's birthday. My little sister was 51, lol.
    Back home yet again, this time to stay, except for a round trip for the last treatment on Monday. Bit tireder, throat a bit more hard to swallow with but all is very doable.
    De flies home tomorrow. It has been great having this time with her.

    Tuesday, Linda, a mate from Melbourne arrived for 2 nights, said "hello baldy" lol. Hubby was there for 1 night and my cousin and another friend visited during the week, I am knackered.

    Hubby goes in for some biopsies Monday week, hope all will be ok with him.

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    now hubby is falling to bits? ARGGGHHH

    Hope it's benign, harmless and slow moving.

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    Just an update.
    After being in remission I have had an "iffy" CT scan in November.
    Just some lumps and bumps which could also be inflamation, infection or relapse.
    I have been on antibiotics, anti inflams and nothing can be known till rescan in late Feb.

    If I have indeed relapsed there is a treatment left. Stem cell transplant.
    Don't think a surgical operation heart like transplant.

    You are in a major hospital a few weeks. Wipe out chemo to absolutely no immunity against anything. Blood is taken from both arms.
    Stem cells are extracted from it and then fed back to you. That is if you have no disease in the bones. If you do then you wait for a donor..like bone marrow transplant.

    I have read everything to read about it. Know from many others the range of things that can happen. I also know that I can keep my pets as long as many precautions are applied.. much like chemo but for longer. No flying by plane, crowds for many months.

    As I said all could be well but I am prepared if it is not. I am also very, very strong.
    My pups were only 6 weeks old when I was diagnosed. We did the whole toilet training, be gentle inside thing from an early age, through chemo and radiation. We got through it together. My husband, family and friends are a big strength.

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    Oh, hubby was fine. Dr said massive infection. I am afraid hubby and I we looked at each other and laughed.
    Infection is nothing, cured by anti B's.

    We would have been worried except we had faced cancer, lol.

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