Thank you so much for reading my blog, I now get over 500 views a day from all over the world! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it.
I was asked what was the name of my blog, and when i said “Surviving pancreatic cancer and my street food business” I realised I had to get a more catchy title. A nurse who had been reading it was saying how funny it was, so hence why i have called it the new title, i know i can go in dark moods and at that point its not humorous at all, but i hope you will excuse that.
Speaking of dark moods! I have been having quite a few headaches recently and I must admit, i have been worried about them. With this type of cancer there is a small chance that it can spread to the brain. My doctors had started to question this. I have been asked if I think my personally as changed recently, its hard to answer that, as I am not sure! I have felt pain and stress and that it as made me moody, but was it that what was making me that way.
Today they decided to give me a scan and I was fast-tracked in the queue. At this point i prepared that it had gone to the brain, i had convinced myself. Two hours of self torture later, I found out it hadn’t, to one degree there was a sigh of relief, the other, I now have to find a new excuse why I chase imaginary pigeons in the foyer. It as been a very stressful day. I cried, I always cry at results, it doesn’t matter how many times you go through this you never get used to results.
Two weeks ago I had my ablation, it all went well even though a tumour was near my heart it still went well and because of the chemo I didn’t have to have two I just had the one.
But the strange thing was my tumour blood count was still going up, this was a worry as to me it was a sign that the chemo had stopped working.
But, a couple of days ago a new reading was done and though it is very high, it has now halved, my oncologist used the word “miracle” they think it was going up due to the ablation as after it is done the tumour count can go up. All of the nurses and doctors are so amazing! I’m very lucky, after so much time they are now not just nurses and doctors, but also my friends.
I will get rid of cancer again, which will be the 5th time.
I am really looking so forward to Christmas, hoping to see all mine and all of Robs family and do what Christmas should be all about, spending quality time with friends and family and been well.
We have had loads of Christmas cards which we haven’t sent any! Thank you for your well wishes, I wish you all a very happy and peaceful Christmas.