Waiting for Dr. McCourt to call to get my decision about what I want to do next...and for her to tell me how the Women and Infant's diagnostic imaging staff interpreted the CT scan done by Backus.
I was supposed to have this call last Friday, but the disc that Backus sent to my doctor (via me) was blank! This is the second time I have delivered a disc with (supposedly) my CT scan images to Women and Infants...and both times the disc was blank! I am going to refuse to have any more CT scans done at Backus...the staff are nice and all...but.....
Anyway, I had a reprieve from making my decision while they worked on getting a good disc from Backus and getting it over to the experts to compare with my other CT scans.
I made my decision anyway. I'm going to stick with the "biological agents." I have been getting Avastin, which is a biological agent...but it apparently is not working and it may have caused me to have an upper GI bleed. So, I just say NO to Avastin and anything that might cause bowel perforations.
I'm willing to give these new biologicals a chance. They won't bother my bone marrow, they won't wear down my immune system and, unfortunately, they won't make me lose my hair. I am really bummed about that...I do want to be bald again....BUT I can always just shave my damned head!
Okay, Dr. McCourt, CALL ME! I have things to do! I want to get to Home Depot to pick up small paint samples of a few of the colors I'm considering for the bathroom...paint them on the wall and then we can decide. I also need to get over to Goodwill, to get some size 12 jeans and shorts. I have a feeling that I won't be staying in that size for long, and I don't want to spend a whole lot of $$ for them, so Goodwill it is!
Tomorrow I hope Charmine can join me in picking out tile for the shower and floor covering. The bathroom project looms large in our future and I have not gotten much done since the decision to not remove any more damned wallpaper!
I have to get the flooring up, the toilet removed, the choices of materials made and purchased and everything moved out for the guys to start work. I have to get the RV packed and prepared for our "big trip" to Lisbon, where we will be staying while the work gets done. Lots of stuff to do.
Good thing I won't have chemo this whole month to interfere with all the other things I need to do!
Okay, Dr. McCourt...any time now!