On Wednesday, September 26th, after multiple doctor appointments and fertility treatments, I was finally ready to start my first day of chemotherapy. I had felt quite anxious over the past few weeks, just waiting for the first chemo day to finally get here. I was ready to start and try and get this next year over with. Once the day finally got here, I felt like it was pretty anti-climactic, and I actually felt pretty calm about the whole process. I saw Dr.
I continued to get Herceptin every 3 weeks to help prevent recurrence, a drug that specifically targets the HER2 mutation I had. Though I guess normal is a relative term. Did I really feel normal? Or did I just not feel like the rotting ball of garbage I was before? This is another measure to help prevent recurrence. Like Herceptin, the side effects are pretty low but I do get all the fun things you would naturally get with menopause including hot flashes and night sweats.
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You may have heard that going braless is the most comfortable thing a person with boobs could do. For a long time, I thought being able to fill out a G cup meant I had no choice but to wear a bra every waking moment. One day I realized that these were rules were made up by other people.