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 on: Today at 10:03:20 AM 
Started by Mama Bee1 - Last post by Mama Bee1
I am making an appt. as I type this. My oncologist wanted me to get it checked out.

 on: Today at 07:45:30 AM 
Started by Mama Bee1 - Last post by OHGrandma
Mama Bee, have you gotten the rash checked? I don't want to be an alarmist, but reactions can take place at any time of taking meds.  My husband developed a reaction to penicillin after 63 years of never reacting.

 on: Today at 04:45:53 AM 
Started by Mama Bee1 - Last post by Sherrie1003
Mama Bee 1,

That is very encouraging. Healing is occurring and I am so glad that God answered our prayers in such a positive way.


 on: Today at 04:17:17 AM 
Started by Mama Bee1 - Last post by Mama Bee1
More prayers please.I noticed a slight rash on my forearm yesterday morning in church and didn't think anything of it. By 4pm I had a rash on my upper arms. I called the doctor around 6  and they said to take Benadryl. I took some at 8 pm and 1 am. I awoke around 4:45 and it had spread to larger hives on my lower arm and lower back. I am taking more benedryl at 5:30 am and praying now.

I am scared that it is a reaction to the chemo meds.My adult son has a friend who almost died this week in an allergic reaction to chemo meds for breast cancer.

 on: Yesterday at 04:40:34 PM 
Started by Mama Bee1 - Last post by D
Mama Bee, I'm happy to hear your good report and you will continue to be in my prayers.

I know that you know this already but it bears repeating: Remember that a lot of the tiredness and misery you're experiencing right now is NOT the disease process. It's from the medication. Sometimes it seems like the cure is worse than the disease but it's not going to be forever. Continue to hang in there and find rest wherever you can.

 on: Yesterday at 04:14:47 PM 
Started by Mama Bee1 - Last post by Nookster
Thinking of you and hoping things improve!   love4

 on: Yesterday at 03:03:33 PM 
Started by Mama Bee1 - Last post by Mama Bee1
I had an appt. with my oncologist a week and a half ago. He said again that the tumors in my neck were shrinking. One that I could feel was a little smaller than the size of a peach pit. I can't feel it at all anymore. He said that it was impressive since I had only been on the meds for eleven days. 

I am trying to rest more than I had been. It is helping. I am reading bible verses on healing that I found on Joel Osteen's website.His mother Dodie Osteen was healed of terminal liver cancer back in 1981 when the doctors sent her home to die. Her testimony which is on youtube was helpful to me. She wasn't healed instantly and it took a long time while she was still very tired,but she was healed and is still alive.

I still struggle with doubts about the fact that I will really get over this and feel better.

The kids are hovering around and I can't think straight so ta-ta for now.

 on: January 14, 2017, 06:39:44 AM 
Started by Sherrie1003 - Last post by Sherrie1003
I wanted to share this information with everyone. I know most of you are not in Ohio or near Wooster where this lady is at but perhaps her information may help you locate a facility near by. I guess her version of the treatment was taken from a program in West Virginia. I also was told it is not new so that means it may be around in other places under different names.

I am also aware that Dr. Bruce Perry uses similar brain information to heal trauma. So, for those of you who may not have full blown RAD but still very severe trauma behaviors and issues maybe this therapy will be helpful.


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