Caat55 wrote:O Stoma Mia wrote:
XELOX (CAPEOX) Treatment Schedule
Cycle 1 Infusion: March 22, 2018- Day 01
Cycle 2 Infusion: April 12, 2018 - Day 22
Cycle 3 Infusion: May 3, 2018 - Day 43
Cycle 4 Infusion: May 24, 2018 - Day 64 (Note: Oxaliplatin infusion skipped on Cycle 4)
Cycle 5 Infusion: June 14, 2018 - Day 85◄◄◄
Last Xeloda pill: June 28, 2018 - Day 98
End of TX cycle: July 5, 2018 - Day 105
According to oncologist, i will have kast cycle of infusion now on July 5th. He still wants me to try 5 for a total of 24 weeks of chemo, 120 days.
How do ypu keep track of us all? Thank you.
heiders33 wrote:“If it’s not one thing, it’s another” was my mantra during treatment. I would recover from my infusion, and then my bag would blow out. Etc, etc.
Great job on all the steps!
Caat55 wrote:Slept so solidly last night didn't wake up when my bag started to balloon, it bursts off the flange and a little mess. My husband is so great he remembered to get me slippers to run around and get things like a new bag and get it reattached while he stripped the bed and took care of all the stuff for me.
If it's not one thing it's another. A new day more Adventures. Did manage to get in 7,000 steps just by spending 5 hours in a chair. Going to see if I can get to 10,000 today maybe that'll flush this stuff out of my body quicker.
Caat55 wrote:Yes, it sucks. The drugs have worn of and awful set in. Sleeping is the best option today,
I think anything to get rid of the stuff is worth a try.
retiredteacher wrote:Hang in there - it gets better from this point forward!
retiredteacher wrote:Abdominal pains, acid etc. is tailing down. Up and down. Feet are an issue - think may take a couple months to square away - quite painful off and on. Frustrating to be so weak, not have energy. Got in the pool for the first time this year and then just baked in the sun on the hot concrete. Felt great. Takes time. Susan - looks like you have gone to six cycles instead of five?
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