After I wrote my post yesterday I began to think about what I actually had said. It occurred to me that I have just been assuming that the yukky feelings that I have had lately must be attributed to the cancer. Then I found some requisitions for blood tests that I never went and had. They were not from my oncologist but from my GP. I remember her saying that it is important to keep up on other things and not let myself slip through the cracks b/c I have cancer. It is interesting that one forgets that other ailments and maladies could be happening even though I have something chronic going on. One thing at a time please, isn't that our mantra!
So then I began to think about things and decided that perhaps I have some other problem, or maybe this is what aging feels like. I have always said that 'those who talk about the golden years probably never attained them". Mainly , because I here most older people, or should I say peers now, complain about aches and pains, fatigue, sleepless nights, body pain, etc. Ok, so now that I think about it all those are the complaints that I have had lately......so through just logical deduction I am probably suffering from what is called 'getting old'.....it too is chronic and it too has no cure....well at least not one that I am prepared to arrive at yet!......I feel much better now, except for that lower back pain when I move!!!!!!!!