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Chemo brain is one of the many side effects of chemotherapy that can affect us. If you have it, you may not even notice that you have it at first.
At one time, the word “cancer” was only whispered and never spoken out loud. Times change, but sometimes it’s hard to let those you work with know that you have/had cancer.
These are just some of the things that have changed in my life since my mastectomy. Maybe they are things that I have chosen to change.
For years, the news has been full of stories about opioid addiction. I am just glad that painkillers that actually killed the pain were available when I needed them.
For many who have been through the experience, whether you call it a return, recurrence or anything else, it’s something they lay awake at night thinking about, and worrying about.
Whenever I exercise, I seem not to know what I am doing. Is it lack of coordination or is it too much attention to movement?