Re: My new onc
I did not have that issue with my SBRT. When we did the simulation they asked if I was breathing normally for me and I said as long as I stayed calm I was. And I think the radiation angles must have been different? So they did not clamp my breathing off, just told me to stay calm which I mostly did... with a little help from my Xanax friends! BTW, my resting breathing is extremely shallow.
Feel free to call me if you need to talk this through. 2676259873. I will warn you that I am battling over precerts, referrals, etc right now so may not be able to answer or may have to interrupt the call.
My tests for the trial begin on Tues!! If all goes well and I am accepted, they will schedule the biopsy and the race is on! I'm very excited about this, as I believe God led me to this.
This is how certain I am: I have been wearing a "One Day At A Time" charm for 2 years. It was given to me with the stipulation that when I no longer needed it I gave it to someone who does. Last night I met a young woman who is 1 year out of her 2nd battle with breast cancer. She was also beaten with a baseball bat and has brain damage. She now has my charm.... I figure I am in Gods care and don't need it anymore, and I was compelled to give it to her last night.
And Lainy: guess what? 2 more pennies after I did that! As for who they are from? My grandmother passed 1 month before my fight started. I actually believe its God, but if not, then I think it might be her. She was one strong lady. She passed at 98 years old.
"Don't just have minutes in the day; have moments in time."
Any opinions I give are based on personal experiences, and are not based on medical knowledge. I strongly suggest receiving medical care and opinions.