Feeling very well apart from a stinking cold which I am hoping to shift but is taking a long time going. And that despite all those injections to up my blood count. It's very strange knowing you have a cold that could turn into something serious - like the strangeness of so many of these not normal things. I have to keep taking my temperature to make sure it doesn't go up to 38 - once it hits that I have to check into hospital for a 5-day sojourn being intravenously fed antibiotics. Not that I've got any kind of temperature at all at the moment, but it's odd to have to tread on egg-shells so. Guess that's what life is like for so many people - allergies, hyperglycaemia etc.
One interesting thing I learned last chemo session which I forgot to mention is that chemotherapy has increasingly been used over the last ten years for a number of non-cancer conditions, e.g. arthritis and rheumatism. Now there's something I didn't know. Did anyone else out there?