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Everyone's plan is different, I just finished chemo and start radiation next week. I had same AC amount, every other week for 4 treatments. The dr delayed the 4th treatment of AC by a week because of fatigue. Then I had 12 weeks of Taxol. I had minimum side effects. Some nausea, but medications helped. Biggest problem was fatigue, I just learned to listen to by body and when tired, I took it easy and rested.
On emotion side, the isolation was hard. I wanted to make sure I did not catch a cold or flu during treatment, so limited amount time I was exposed to people. I still went to grocery store, and did few things, but avoided crowds. It worked, this is first winter I did not have a cold or cough.
Thank for info, I was not aware of test.
For others who want more information:
@tanyabray41 , thanks for asking.
I am doing good. My neurosurgeon repeated a CT 6 months after initial diagnosis and there was no change. So will repeat CT scan in another year. After first diagnosis, I was very nervous knowing it was there, but as time goes by I am less worried. I also talked to my primary provider about and he agrees with neurosurgeon that I am at low risk and it just needs to be monitored on regular bases.
I have no family history of aneurysms. Do they know what caused your aneurysm? I have no idea what caused mine or how long it has been there. Dr asked about previous car accidents, etc…, but I can not remember any trauma that might of caused.
I am wondering what type of follow-up care is done after you have finished your breast cancer treatment?
I am looking forward to spring and being does with treatments but anxious about what happens next. I am sure this varies depending on your type of cancer and what clinic you are receiving your treatment at. I have ER/PR+ , HER- breast cancer with 2 positive lymph nodes. I had a lumpectomy and the two lymph nodes removed in Sept 2018 and have one chemo treatment left and then I will start radiation at Mayo Rochester.
I will ask these questions to oncologist on next visit, but would like to know what post treatment care people have received so I can ask right questions.
Some of questions I have are?
– Do your continue to see your oncologist after treatment is done or does you primary care physician take care of treating side effects and answer questions once done with treatment?
– If I decide to take hormone therapy after treatment, does oncologist or primary care doctor monitor?
– How often do you have mammograms? Do you just get screening mammograms or does your doctor order other screening tests?
– Are there tests that they run to make sure cancer has not spread to other parts of your body or additional lymph nodes?
Thanks for your input
Tue, Feb 19 5:51am · Mayo Clinic AZ and FL Living-with-Cancer Patient Symposium in Cancer
Is there any plans to do a similar symposium at other Mayo locations?