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  • Hi Nightowl, i finished Chemo around 8 months ago now. My nails on my fingers and toes were also affected. They became quite back in parts only in my last few weeks of Chemo. Most of fingernails were affected and some of my toenails. Like you, I ha…
  • Hi Sirin, I was diagnosed last year at around this time had my surgery and then 18 weeks of chemo, and then a reversal of a Stoma, but I agree with you, I think recovering and getting back to normal is difficult. It's a year from my treatment, and 6…
  • Hi Marion, thanks for your story, this disease certainly creeps up on us and pulls the rug out from under us. I'm glad that you are looking and feeling well. All the best with your treatments. X
  • Glad to hear you are home and managing your pain.It's sounds like it was a huge and complex operation. Take it easy, get plenty of rest, eat good foods, and use those pain medications when you need to ... It's all temporary, one more step completed.…
  • You soundlike you are doing very well Rachel, I'm so glad to hear that you are healing well. All the best for your continuing chemo sessions. x
  • Good luck Nicole, I hope it all goes smoothly for you. It will be great to have the surgery over, it is tough,but the body is amazing. xx
  • Nikki, They are such great suggestions. Nicole I had a similar surgery to what you are having last December. Mine was an 8 hour surgery and I ended up with a stoma, which was reversed 7 months later (June). I totally agree with Nikki in regard to …
  • Thank you for your post Sarah. Recurrence is such a scary prospect hanging over us. I hope that the Letrozole makes a difference for you. Xx
  • Hi Rachel, yes I just feel like I am coming out the other side after a very intense 9 months. Two years and no recurrence, that's wonderful. Is there anything that you feel made a difference to your recovery? Megan