Isn't it weird what makes you feel better?
Sister Adelaide Hills, SAMember Posts: 4,960 ✭
edited January 2021 in Now what? The highs and lows of survivorship
I had my oncologist checkup today. Some of you may know that I quite like my onc - he's always been supportive and honest with me and never disparaging. At the checkup today he was, as usual, asking me questions about how I'm faring with the Letrozole and he was pleased that some things have improved, less pleased that some things are worse, and commented on how little people realised the impact of hormones on the body. He did say, however, that he noted the side effects of the drug were so hard on me that he had thought I wouldn't see the first year out (it's been nearly 2 1/2 years now). Now, he has never given me any reason to think that he didn't believe me - completely the opposite - but that statement of acknowledgement has made me feel so much better.
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