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November 2nd 2012

Friday, November 02, 2012

The past 2 weeks have been especially bad. Last Tuesday I was to see the doctor at 10:50 am but as doctors are never on time, I ended up seeing her at 12:30. When checking in we told the receptionist we were also here to do my blood test. She said nothing. Once we saw the doc she was upset because I hadn't had the blood test yet as that is "protocol". A) me and my mom did not know this B) nobody said anything. By the time I had the blood test, my Emla cream that I use to numb the area first had wore off. NOT PLEASANT!! Wednesday of course the needle was in and I had to go to school with it in. Of course, because my luck sucks, one of the first years noticed and asked me about it. In a hushed voice I told her what was going on. I managed to stay calm while telling her; afterwards during class I was like a puddle.

Then Thursday was chemo. It was going okay until I got to the last bag which takes an hour. In the middle of it, I apparently broke into hives. As a result, we had to stop halfway through, had a Benadryl pill saw a doctor, then was okay to continue. Because we had to stop I did not get out of there by 12:30 like Iíd been hoping- it was a quarter to 2 when we finally did.

I think the worst thing is though that because of this Iím always trying to catch up at school and having to redo some assignments doesnít help. Iím constantly running, my mind never gets a break because as Iím trying to catch up with what I missed while absent from school, we are also learning new stuff. I think I need my head examined lol. Twice this week Iíve forgotten important papers that I need to do my homework. Class seems to be one big muddle and I get confused easily.

Iím starting to get frustrated. This morning during class I actually started crying out of confusion. My friend calmed me down and told me to take one thing at a time. That is my ďnew normalĒ this semester and that the teachers understand and donít expect me to do it all at once. That they are willing to work with me one on one after the semester is over if necessary. SighÖsure doesnít feel that way.

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MAIDAMONTREAL 11/6/2012 1:57PM

    Sorry to hear about your troubles. Sucks being sick and having to go to school. There must be a way that you can take a break for one semester and then start again. Hope you are feeling better though.

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GRANDEFILLE 11/5/2012 10:04AM

    Hang in there! you'll get thru this! I'm sending you a lot of good thoughts

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BE-THE-CHANGE 11/2/2012 7:49PM

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KADULAC 11/2/2012 7:28PM

    I'm sorry you had a bad week and are struggling so much. You are in my prayers. emoticon

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