LabLover wrote:I wanted to add if your wife does do oral xeloda only, it won't require any child care scheduling. She will just take the pills at home teice a day. I did xeloda and radiation and was able to work and handle car pools, practices, and games from my 2 very busy children. I had no side effects from the chemo. The only issues I had were from the radiation and that was manageable.
kiwiinoz wrote:Late to get on this thread. I'm with my wiser mate horizon on this and have never heard of this at all.
anthony1 wrote:We were ok until we heard the no skin contact thing from the onc. As for support, we have our parents and church but coordinating peoples schedules has been a challenge. My wife and i often feel like we are the last on everyones mind. I shouldnt expect everything to be so convenient but sometimes i just feel like people dont get how scary this all can be. I feel like our plans in life are on hold and its been hard for me to have hope for the futute when everything seems so uncertain and difficult. How do i stay strong when i feel like a wreck inside?
justin case wrote:Winter where. Where I live winter is usually mild and no problem. As a matter of fact I don't know if winter causes a problem with Xeloda
anthony1 wrote:justin case wrote:Winter where. Where I live winter is usually mild and no problem. As a matter of fact I don't know if winter causes a problem with Xeloda
upstate ny. right on lake ontario, north of syracuse. isnt there cold sensitivity issues with xeloda?
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