The body is a complex organism. There are many chemical reactions going on inside of us all of the time and we never give it a second thought most of the time. As processes happen others are triggered which compensate and result in a consistent environment which keeps us healthy most of the time. Biologists … Continue reading Get the Balance Right
The blackbird chirps away behind my window. Gladly greeting the morning. Regret not taking the sleeping tablet. It's been a steroid sleep. Wakeful hours. Toilet trips. Soon the midsummer sun will rise. A new day. An Abingdon day. Here to celebrate. A birthday. Nineteen Years on. Happy Birthday Son!
A contribution to this week's photo challenge :Order My daily routine of pill popping requires an order. There are a range of drugs to be taken including those for kidney function, chemotherapy and blood thinning.
Throughout my treatment for Myeloma I am required to take a cocktail of pills, morning, noon and night in order to tackle the disease via Chemotherapy and protect my body from the effects of the Chemotherapy . Added to that there are kidney drugs to tackle the problems in this organ too and general pain … Continue reading Pill Popping
Just a summary of where things are at. Myeloma The chemotherapy treatment has started and I have now had three courses of Velcade and two of Cyclophosphamide. This has been administered alongside the steroid Dexamethasone, following the VCD pathway. As yet there are no noticeable side effects which is good, other than a slight red rash at … Continue reading Sunday Summary – 7th May