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Back to Work

05 Feb

I returned to the office today. I worked a little over 1/2-time at home last week, so at least I was up-to-date with my email. It seemed a little strange. I’m not sure how to describe it. Part of me felt like I had been gone a long time, yet part of me felt like I hadn’t been at all (possibly because I worked at home last week).

I had an allergy headache all day. That was obviously not a good thing. I am still more tired than before my surgery and am a little sore, but otherwise feel pretty good. I am certainly hoping the fatigue goes away quickly. I can’t afford to be tired when I start radiation therapy. That hasn’t been scheduled, but I am supposed to call this week to set that up. Dr. Bradshaw told me the usual start time for that is 30-60 days after surgery, so, I’m thinking somewhere around Feb. 26th is when I will likely start.

Tomorrow is my appointment with Dr. Wilks to discuss chemotherapy. As I’ve told several people, I am not inclined to take tamoxifen, but I will listen, ask my questions, and pray before I decide. I am more inclined to consider taking arimidex because of its fewer side effects.

Well, speaking of being tired, I am, so I’m going to bed.

Thanks for all your prayers. Please keep praying for me to make the right decisions, for my doctors, and for my healing. God is still in control!

 
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