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    Thanks to everyone, so very much, for your best wishes and support. Just a quick update, I'll be back later...
    The chemotherapy process took about 8 hours, and was fairly daunting. It was strange to be on the "patient" side, and not the doctor. The nurses in Day Oncology were great, and very supportive. I feel pretty nauseated this morning, but mostly just really tired.
    Back soon. Thanks again to everyone. J xx.

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    Thanks for the update. I hope the nausea goes soon. Try to get as much rest as you can x

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    Thank you for taking the time to log on and update us, J. Hoping you recover from this dose soon. Sending love and hugs your way. Xoxo

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    Glad the staff were supportive J. Hope you are feeling better from this dose soon. xxx

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    Sending you lots of love xx

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    My poor little boy is in hospital with a bowel intusuception (I know I've spelt that wrong). Having to endure IVs, yucky tasting medicine, multiple ultrasounds and two air enema retractions to try to fix it. Hopefully second one works so no surgery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    My poor little boy is in hospital with a bowel intusuception (I know I've spelt that wrong). Having to endure IVs, yucky tasting medicine, multiple ultrasounds and two air enema retractions to try to fix it. Hopefully second one works so no surgery
    I have just PM'd you Bond.
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    Good luck Bond. I hope he's better soon x

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    Oh Bond how scary, hopefully doesn't need surgery xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    My poor little boy is in hospital with a bowel intusuception (I know I've spelt that wrong). Having to endure IVs, yucky tasting medicine, multiple ultrasounds and two air enema retractions to try to fix it. Hopefully second one works so no surgery
    Very scary! I actually had this as a baby.


 

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