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Well start chemo tomorrow and thinking bring on the fairy dust as I now cal it, have to have daily injections to boost my immunity. It a bad thing, gosh there is a light at the end of the tunnel x x love and healing hugs to everyone x x

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  • Sharon Danielson Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2007
    We all have our particular little ways to take another step toward getting over this formidable enemy. I love your fairy dust! When I was going for my treatments, I was going to a party with all my closest friends. I looked forward to it because it was another treatment down on my schedule. We laughed, we ate junk food, we wore funny hats, there was really a party atmosphere. I with you buckets of "Lemon-aid" you are making out of life's lemons. Take care, Sharon
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  • Ali S Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2011
    VICKY!! There IS a light, but the end of tunnel is probably tough to see right now. Best of luck and be strong! But also, allow yourself to have all of your emotions--anger, sadness, etc...you need to let it out. But laugh when you can too. Hugs to you girl!
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  • Marianne R. Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2011
    Chemo hits everyone different. What you should know it is doable. Talk to your doctor when side effects occur. You do not have to suffer. Use the sisterhood and don 't be afraid ASK we all have been there. God Bless you and your journey through treatment.
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  • vicky kayley Profile
    anonymous
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    That's not a bad thing that should say x
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  • vicky kayley Profile
    anonymous
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    Thanks everyone one down 5 to go yippee not feeling too bad hope this continues xxxxx
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  • sheri santorsola Profile
    anonymous
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    Hugs you you!!! We wish you the very best. I know you will beat this!!!
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  • sheri santorsola Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    To you!!! Sheesh spell check
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    anonymous
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    Hi I'm 18 years old and i have breast cancer and I wanted to ask what are the side effect of chemo?
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    • Sharon Danielson Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2007

      I am so sorry to hear you are having to take on this fight at such a young age. As for side effects of chemotherapy, there is quite a list but realize everybody is different. The only side effects that are almost the same for everybody is hair...

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      I am so sorry to hear you are having to take on this fight at such a young age. As for side effects of chemotherapy, there is quite a list but realize everybody is different. The only side effects that are almost the same for everybody is hair loss, and fatigue. Some people have aches and pains like having the flu. It is best to discuss with your oncologist the other possible side effects. Not all women get the same drugs so side effects will be different according to these specific drugs. Take care, Sharon

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    • she yeh anastasiou Profile
      anonymous
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      How is chemo taken ? Is it in a form of pills ? I want to know the procedures plz and thank you :)

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