Hey mr bill!!
Looks like we are on the same path at about
the same time! I finished my first chemo infusion last week and this all still seems a bit surreal to me. But here we are.
I'm on Firgmagon, but did the Lupron/Casodex regiment when I did radiation back in '14. (Gad, seems like just yesterday.)
day 3 post infusion, my temp spiked up to 100.5. I was just waking up from a nap wearing a sweatshirt and hat and having a hot flash, go figure. So I waited a bit and cooled off, took off the hat and re-tested about
15 min later, still 100. Anxious to say the least. Retested with a different thermometer and found 98.6. Yep, my new, fancy scanning thermometer may have been a poor investment. But it made me look and keep checking. Used my scanning thermometer on my wife and it came back 100F again. (But then again, she's always been pretty 'hot'.)
So, I don't know if there is a real bottom line. Keep checking and stay vigilant. I remember the note that if your temp stayed over 100.4F for an hour, then call in. So, give it a bit of time to cool off. Grab a back-up thermometer and use another test subject to see if it your equipment is working.
Hope all is well!!