(09-06-2016, 03:39 AM)Little L Wrote: Oh bloody hell.
So unfair having to make such a momentous decision in such a short amount of time.
Do you think the short timescale is kind of on purpose?
I might have my tinfoil hat on a little too well - thinking that the short timescale is on purpose to shock you into making a snap decision. But then of course we are aware that time is not on your side
.....at the moment.
Are you experiencing a complete 50/50 decision split, or is one option slightly in front of the others?
Not really as I have had all weekend to think about this. Friday when I was discharged that was the plan for me to return today with a view to having the Chemo on Tuesday. So no, not rushed.
As to 50/50 I don't know what the ratio is at the moment. I only know that a big part of me wants to just tell them what they can do with the Chemo. What worries me is that last article from the Telegraph that I posted here about people dying within 1 month of the Chemo, from the Chemo not the cancer. That is a big concern to me. If I refuse then how long before it starts to take over again? Can I get it under control with everything I am doing before it takes over like a month ago?
I have no idea.
Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.