This month I went to the new OHC building which is at Eastgate. We were very close to the Clermont office but the oncologists decided to combine the Anderson office and Clermont office in one new building. It is nice but the pharmacy got backed up with patients from both offices. OHC had just opened so I'm sure they will get the work flow worked out. I was a bit disappointed in the nurse I had. She wasn't one of them I had before from the old office. I had a lot of pain in my hand and arm from my IV that she inserted. When my bags of meds were empty and needed a replacement, the machine kept beeping. She was busy talking with other patients. Finally, she took care of putting a new bag in place.
I am supposed to get a CT scan before my next chemo treatment this month to see if I am getting rid of the cancer. Fortunately, Lymphoma Cancer responds well to chemo so I'm thankful for this.
I feel stressed out when I read the possible side effects from the chemo and how I can get other cancers in the future. My siblings and parents never had cancer so this has been a surprise that I have cancer. I appreciate all the prayers from my friends, relatives, and readers. I have received many awesome and thoughtful cards and messages. Texts and emails have been wonderful too. I'm blessed to have many church groups praying for me too.