Category : Transplant Journey

Power comes from Within

Day 35. It is a few days since I last updated my blog. I find that I am very tired these days. They gave me a booklet on ‘Coping with Fatigue’ at the hospital today. I am too tired to even start reading it. They say that fatigue is very common during cancer and its … Continue reading Power comes from Within

  • 10:02 pm
  • January 17, 2012
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Simon of Cyrene

Day +30, still no sign of the GvHd. Though, I was tired today and spent most of the day either sleeping or watching TV. I got a break from going into hospital. Back there again tomorrow. I am finding it hard to keep drinking 3 litres of water every day. I have tried MiWadi to … Continue reading Simon of Cyrene

  • 10:37 pm
  • January 12, 2012
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To Do or NOT to DO?

Day +28, but who is counting? No sign of the dreaded Graft versus Host disease. The creatanine levels are still high, it was at 122 today up from 118. I got an extra 2 litres of fluid.  Extra fluid will help to bring down this level. My consultant does not seem to be too worried … Continue reading To Do or NOT to DO?

  • 11:33 pm
  • January 10, 2012
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Thank You

Thank You Today’s post is a thank you to the doctors, nurses and staff at the Burkitt’s ward in St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. First an update. It is Day +25, a quarter of the first 100 days are behind me. My blood counts are stable. The only issue is my creatanine levels. It came … Continue reading Thank You

  • 11:46 pm
  • January 7, 2012
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Preparation for Battle

It is my new found freedom at home that has prevented me from updating my blog. We take home life for granted, it is only when we lose that, we come to appreciate the benefits of such bliss! I am treated like a King, waited on hand and foot. Some of the benefits of being … Continue reading Preparation for Battle

  • 8:43 pm
  • January 5, 2012
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