February 18, 2015: Happenings…

I barely made it an hour and a half before I was being sent home from school with a fever.

I called my oncology nurse, and she said she thought it was probably just a virus. I’ve been ordered to take it easy, rest, and drink lots of liquids.

The genetic counselor called to tell me she’d received an update, and the variance I had tested positive for is now being considered “benign in nature”. I guess that just means I only have to worry about the BRAC2 gene now.

Hot flashes have decreased. Yay!

I’m still really sore from last week’s fall (I tripped over a kids’ backpack at school and fell down), but it all still appears to be just bruised. I’m so thankful for this.

Chemo is tomorrow. It’s hard to believe it’s already time to start it back up again. I’ve enjoyed my break though.

No matter how bad things look some days, I still have so much to praise God for. He has a plan, and it is good.

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About courage2conquercancer

At the age of 40, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is an account of my journey from my discovery and beyond.
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One Response to February 18, 2015: Happenings…

  1. humanity777 says:

    GOD REMOVED MY ILLNESSES FROM THE HIV VIRUS……REMOVED THE VIRUS…….SURRENDER IT ALL….HUMILITY…..GOD PROMISES TO HEAL…….TAKE GOD FOR HIS PROMISES…..ALL THE BEST!

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