Well, at the end of the month I will be going to MUSC (Medical University of SC). I am happy to have specialists on top of the field to take a look at me. I will see a nephrologist and rhuemetologist. Hubs and I will take advantage of being in Charleston, SC and spend an extra day to play around. I will take pictures and post!
The second shot of procrit did make me sick about 8 hours after the injection. It was fast and only one time. BUT...I have to say that I feel like I have a little more energy. I am still exhausted, but at least I don't feel like I want to cry just because I am so tired. :)
I get my third shot of procrit today after work. Hubs still doesn't feel 100% like he can do it. He is so strong and anyone that knows him laughs when I tell them how much he HATES needles. He gets light-headed....even has passed out with bloodwork. And I have a phobia of sticking myself! I wonder if such a phobia exists.....I have it!!!
I wanted to share the Spoon Story that I came across. It makes perfect sense to all of us with a "silent disease."