Sounds like a carbob copye of my cycle 5. You get pretty beaten down by then and that transfusion is like a miracle. I hope they have gottn you all straightened out and you can get back on track.
I had my chemo on the 11th. They mainlined a vial of benadryl because he said a lot o my symptoms were what he considered a severe allergic reaction. When they did it it knocked me for a loop but it only lasted for an hour or so. It really did help. I had a couple of days of feeling really yuuky. What surprises mnde is that they were seoperated by a couple of good days. But...it is what it is and it was a "devil" I knew.
I think after one of our "episodes:" we kind of amaze ourselves. I wish you strength and courage for your next cycle. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
So sorry to hear about the bleeding & hospitalization! Sounds like you are in very good hands, though (& I don't mean Allstate). Praying that you're ready for the upcoming battle & that the victory will be yours.
DH (Dear Hubby)...
Diagnosed: March 2013
TURBT (non-invasive, aggressive), CIS: April 2013
BCG began: May 2013
Completed initial BCG: July 2013