Amen to the tiredness, but since I finished up in June, all good now! I also had it every day 5 days a week with oral Xeloda too for a total of 5 weeks. first 3 weeks I continued to work out, but the last 2 and about 2 weeks afterwards I just listened to my body because it was tired! This is the first week I've hit the gym with weights 2x, last week only 1 time, but I've been running (ok, jogging) 3-4 days a week getting ready for my tough mudder deal in December.
Kris, a question: you mentioned different angles, did they shoot the radiation, stop, reposition the machine, shoot again? I had a continuous burst for about 2 minutes where the machine did a 360 degree revolution, pause, then another 2 minute burst with 360 degree rotaton, and that was it. Poor man's CT at the initial part of each visit to line me up, but overall I was in and out in roughly 10-15 minutes... Just curious. Anyway, glad you're done, let's hope for some good results on the next scan!
Husband to Eileen, Dad to Hunter (14) and Sydney (12)
Attitude is everything, you have to keep it positive! And take it one day at a time, it's all anyone can do with this disease...