Apologies for continuing to pepper this list with questions. I am so grateful that this forum exists to share experiences, since as I've mentioned before, I'm feeling that I'm left to my own devices to cope with the consequences of what my oncologist has prescribed.
This was a fairly typical morning. I had slept warm since one of my issues is not being able to feel warm enough.
I woke up with
(1) "tight" feeling feet, which translates into a lack of flexibility in the ankle joints, which, if I persist in bending them, often turns into a tingling sensation.
(2) "heavy legs" noticeable particularly when I went to swing my legs out from under the covers to stand up
(3) "tension headache"
Comments? suggestions for improving any of these symptoms?
Of course my anxiety level is sky high right now, too.
Background is pancreatic adenocarcinoma diagnosed end of September 2022 (aged 73), judged to be inoperable; now receiving Abraxane and Gemcitabine at a reduced dosage and on an extended interval, due to veins that liked to "blow" and less than vigorous ("elderly") bone marrow rebound from the first few Chemo infusions.