I spent the night in an intensive care ward with about 5 other patients . I really havent a clue what happened in there, just monitoring and asking questions every now and again, but I felt absolutely fine.
I am now back in my own little suite being pampered by nursing staff and hospitality staff.
Lots of visitors yesterday, which was most appreciated.
Im being loved to death x
The room and food is 5 star all the way, and Im making the most of it.
So the good news is that the brain Tumour is gone, but of course I Knew it wasn't going to be all good news.
The lung oncologist came for a chat as they have being doing lots of scans and tests whilst in here.
On the 5th Jan Im back down to Charing Cross under Lung cancer team. By then we should know what exactly was in the brain tumour and what grade they are up against. This is when Im hoping for the one bit of good news and it may be low grade, its just a hope and will be what will be.
the cancer is also on my spine and pelvis. The good part is that im in no pain in back or lungs, etc Im walking fine etc and feel really really good. The optimistic 2-3 years is shrinking rapidly but they have treatments so I will wait until early Jan to see what the treatment entails. It will all be done at Charing Cross hospital.
The next part is the biggie As I will need help in getting to chemo, radio appts etc. Obviously I spent loads of time with Elaine doing this, which was my pleasure, now I have to rely on getting people to run me around, but I have had loads of time to think about it and I have plans.
Im not going to wobble on about medical stuff anymore.
I would love to wish you all a most Merry Christmas and a very very happy New Year.
Amazingly the Blog continues XXXXX