Tag Archives: nerve pain

Huh, what day is it?

I’ve managed to completely lose track of what day it is. I felt that Tuesday was the weekend, and then yesterday (Tuesday) I took my meds labelled Wednesday. The change in chemo day certain is part of my confusion – because my routines are all changed but still. I shouldn’t have to check my phone… Read More »

Memories of past pain …

In theory, the body forgets pain. You remember you were in pain, but you forget what that pain felt like – in theory. On Wednesday I developed some mouth sores. They haven’t been bad, but they have had me on edge. Daily, I experience nerve pain – sharp pains that come on suddenly and then… Read More »

Today’s side-effect – cognitive numbness

I was fine this morning. I woke up feeling pretty good, but have since experienced a cognitive decline. I did get out to run a few errands, which involved driving. I was fine when I first set out, but not doing too well by the time I got home about 90-minutes later. After my bike… Read More »

How I’m doing and a bike adventure

I’ve been blogging a lot over the last two days, but not really talking about how I’m doing. I haven’t really said much about the side effects I’m experiencing with the Paclitaxol (taxol) and various premeds. One of the premeds is a steroid, which certainly leaves me feeling bouncy for the first two days. I’m… Read More »