Welcome to my blog dedicated to my Journey with Teal....Ovarian Cancer. This blog is where I will make updates to my treatments and tests....hoping to keep blog friends updated and answer any questions from visitors. I did not pick this journey, but am doing the best I know how to walk strong and gracefully, with my Lord's continual strength!

Wednesday, August 31, 2011


The infusion went well...about 2 hours.  Everyone asks this question...so I will just answer here.  Getting chemo does not hurt.  Unless you react to the meds immediately, it is a long time hooked up and really not much to do.  I always take magazines to read.

I felt fine yesterday.  My hubs took me out to a gorgeous fabulous lunch afterwards. 

This morning I feel like I was run over by a truck.  No pain...just achey.  Took a hot bath and some advil.  That should help, I hope.  Otherwise, doing ok!


Ashley ~ said...

I hope the Advil helps with your pain.My biggest problem is a headache and mild nausea, but Zofran seems to help pretty good with that. Saying prayers for both of us to have a better day*! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers today. _A*

Anonymous said...

Doing OK is good... hoping the hot bath and advil help, too. My sister went through extensive chemo and radiation 4 years ago with breast cancer. Didn't like the radiation. She is fine today. PTL.
Just stopping by to say hi and thinking of you... Karen

Darlene said...

I have visited your blog before as I saw bits of what you said on Ashley's Blog. I want to wish you the best and hope that you feel a lot better soon. Chemo is a tough drug for so many. I do not know how you stay so strong but what I do know is that Blogging about your journey helps so many others and I think helps you. You can meet others this way and support each other. I do not have cancer, but know too many that currently do. Take care.

Susan said...

Ceekay Hugs! I am so sorry you are in pain!! I am glad the chemo does not hurt so much! Your still in my prayers my sweet blogging friend!

Rebecca said...

Lifting you up to a healing, loving Jesus sweet friend.

Blessings to you as your fight this fight.


Delisa said...

Hi Ceekay, sending you love and sending up prayers, and I hope you feel better this evening! With Love, Delisa :)

Anonymous said...

Ceekay, I don't know you except through blogging but can I just say I love you? You are so sweet and I love your blog so much. Now I'm just hoping and praying that you will not have uncomfortable side effects from this chemo.

Mary @ Redo 101