Holidays and Energy

We all love a holiday, and we have just come back from one of the best holidays, ever. After the majority of August being wiped out I was looking forward to some fun, good company, food and a few glasses of wine. So on Friday 26th August we packed up the car, put the bikes … More Holidays and Energy

Knocked for Six

Well I wasn’t expecting that. After my last blog I finished my third set of anitibiotics and within a day embarked on my fourth lot after a visit to the GP.  She also checked my records and it turns out that this was my fourth urine infection since April, so decided to send me for a renal scan … More Knocked for Six

Always thank your Nurse – sometimes they’re the only one between you and a hearse!

Another great blog from Ronny Allan paying tribute to all the fantastic nurses out there, keeping us going from day to day Ronny Allan – Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer I had minimal exposure to nurses throughout the first 55 years of my life.  I did spend a night in hospital when I was 16 having … More Always thank your Nurse – sometimes they’re the only one between you and a hearse!

Still Learning

Happy to report that the visit to the see the surgeon went well, Dr Fulford was a lovely guy and went through everything with us, explaining what the options are and the risks. We even got to see my CT scan and view my resident aliens, he even drew a diagram showing their positions, didn’t sign … More Still Learning

Moving forward

I cannot believe that we are half way through March already, and how busy my life is. Following my initial visit to the Christie at the beginning of February I have already been back three times, and have another 3 visits over the coming weeks. However, once all the tests and results are out of … More Moving forward