For our older board members, I'm sure that you can remember that when I had radiation, I was among the "lucky" few who had to have double radiation, 6 1/2 weeks of radiation twice a day. Which led to burns, which led to gangrene, which led to surgeries, etc. I always wondered why you could only have radiation to an area once. Since I have had it the dreaded twice, I now know why. Because it will eventually lead to cancer. Needless to say, they do have a point. That's just what the double radiation has given me. I have basal cell carcinoma on the chest wall. Since the area they radiated was so big, the dr says this will probably happen again. So, he did a biopsy but he is an excellent and experienced dr and all he had to do was look at it to know what it was. They're going to call me next week to set up the surgery.
Then, my right arm is covered in granulara annuloma. He said that this is also common for people who have had cancer. My net research shows it is usually because of diabetes and a suppressed immune system. He also did a big biopsy of one of the areas, hurts like hell, but he thinks it's not cancerous. If it is, I don't know how he'll cut this out. My arm will look like craters on the moon if he does. Anyway, I sent away for Graviola for the cancer and a new, herbal, product for the annulara. There is no medical treatment for it. I'm praying that works.
Frankly, I'm more than a little sick and tired of going to my grave pieces at a time. I've also reached that stage of grief where I'm angry at Mitchell for leaving me here to face all of this alone. Where is a good man when you really need them. I'll tell you. Dead, that's where they are. I used valium and tylenol 3 to have a right good pity party and now am just disgusted.
Anyway, I hope everyone else has a nice day. Screw Friday the 13th, Thursday the 12th is worse and there's another one coming up next month. Oh joy.
A good friend will bail you out of jail...
but a true friend will be sitting
next to you saying,
"Dâmn... that was fun!".