Damn. Sorry for what you are going through. I stalked and read many of your posts, including the most recent posts, since I returned to the forum after finding out my husband was back into the "cancer club". You have both been dealing with this for the same amount of time.
You are such a great support for so many and have always had the greatest attitude. I wish the best for you and keep that funny and upbeat personality and it will help you get through this.
You are someone to look up to. Many positive thoughts and vibes heading your way.
Age 53 Currently
Bladder Cancer Diagnosis October 2006 T1G3
2011 Finally made it 6 month between Cystos
8/22/2011 Cysto in the OR
(BCG and BCG Maintenance over the years)
Graduated to yearly Cystos
Tumor found at first one year Cysto - TURBT 4/26/2013
Kidney pain - CT scan 5/1/2013
Mike I find that eating little meals during the day is much easier on your stomach. Don't let your stomach get empty. The nausea will be worse for some crazy reason.
You know we all blame ourselves for smoking and that is one of the reasons we got this cancer but over the years I have found another common denominator for those people who never smoked was diet soda. I was a big, big diet pepsi drinker. Sometimes 5 or 6 a day. I do not let anyting with aspertame in this house anymore. Once in a blue moon I have a diet pepsi because I just love it so much but it's a pretty rare occasion. Smoking was June 22, 2006 for me. There are times I still miss it but I will never go back.