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Home from surgery and Update on trial

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    KellieSue
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    Hip surgery went well. I stayed in the hospital from Friday till Tuesday morning. Came home on crutches and am hobbling around quite well.

    I have a lot of stairs in my house so I'm pretty confined to the couch but everyday is getting better. I'm still taking pain meds every four hrs but if I sleep through them at night I don't wake up in pain, just discomfort.  Have quite a long incision on my left flank, stitches come out on the 25th.

    If all looks well after the Ortho appt. I will have scans the 29th and start my redose on Nov. 1st!

    Hip surgery went well. I stayed in the hospital from Friday till Tuesday morning. Came home on crutches and am hobbling around quite well.

    I have a lot of stairs in my house so I'm pretty confined to the couch but everyday is getting better. I'm still taking pain meds every four hrs but if I sleep through them at night I don't wake up in pain, just discomfort.  Have quite a long incision on my left flank, stitches come out on the 25th.

    If all looks well after the Ortho appt. I will have scans the 29th and start my redose on Nov. 1st!

    I'm actually excited, as crazy as that sounds. I think doing it again will really zap these bastard spots out of my thyroid! And I just have to get past 8 weeks of crappiness! At least I'll be done by christmas!

    Guess that's it for now! Thanks for all the support!

    Kellie(from Iowa), Stage IV

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      dian in spokane
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      good luck, and a speedy recovery to you.

       

      thanks for taking the time to check in!

       

      dian in spokane

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      dian in spokane
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      good luck, and a speedy recovery to you.

       

      thanks for taking the time to check in!

       

      dian in spokane

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      LynnLuc
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      Best of Blessings in your treatment! Stay positive!- Lynn

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      LynnLuc
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      Best of Blessings in your treatment! Stay positive!- Lynn

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      King
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      Kellie,

       

      Great hearing from you.  You have an amazing attitude.  I can sure understand why you are excited to get back on your treatment.  Keep us posted.  Be careful hobbling..with your little ones (people and pets) underfoot.

       

      Stay Strong
      King

      Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

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      King
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      Kellie,

       

      Great hearing from you.  You have an amazing attitude.  I can sure understand why you are excited to get back on your treatment.  Keep us posted.  Be careful hobbling..with your little ones (people and pets) underfoot.

       

      Stay Strong
      King

      Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

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      himynameiskevin
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      I'm happy for you and hope you recover fast. -Kevin

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      himynameiskevin
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      I'm happy for you and hope you recover fast. -Kevin

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      lhaley
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      What a great attitude!!   Hope you recover quickly from the surgery and they can zap away the remaining mets! 

      Linda

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      lhaley
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      What a great attitude!!   Hope you recover quickly from the surgery and they can zap away the remaining mets! 

      Linda

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