Great news! I'm right with you on tx. I will take my 14th shot of 50 (I had to start out with 2 partial doses first due to blood work). Hang in there. Weak, fatigue, shaky, a lot of sitting, short-winded, get cold easily. We only have 36 weeks left. We can do this thing!View Thread
Anyone else on tx get prescribed Celexa to help with irritability? I started on 1/2 pill for two days and am staying cold & sleepy. When does this let up? Does Celexa help with anxiety (not severe)?View Thread
That's kinda the way mine is. I can go from feeling like I've been chewed up by a wolf & crapped off a tall cliff to feeling pretty decent in about a 15 min period of time. Oh yeah, it only takes about that long to go back too. Good luck on your tx - a few hrs at a time. Good luck Sooners (except if we play).View Thread
Actually getting weekly labs right now due to low wbc (2.0) & platelets (68). Hemoglobin stayin arount 11.1. I have pretty much given up the morning exercises in favor of getting through the work day. That's been my exercise program. I may try bumping it up a slight amount to see how it does.View Thread
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