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Nov 29, 2018
Wednesday, June 13, 2018, was my third round of chemotherapy. I woke up very apprehensive about my treatment. I had such a hard time with my feet and hands the last round of treatment. I spent three days unable to walk from Neuropathy pain exaggerated by that chemo-chemical. I was so devastated that I didn't really want to go, but I went. So, everything was going well, until my heart started fluttering again as it did the last time and for days after the treatment regiment, but professionals were concerned, so they ordered an EKG which was done in the clinic rather than sending me to the hospital for it and when the result was read by the doctor, they stopped the treatment and referred me straight to the Cardiologist. My chemo regiment usually consists of a four-day regiment with twelve days without chemo treatment. The first four days after treatment can begin with the most excruciating pains or bizarre symptoms I have ever encountered. Now that my treatment has been postponed until I get clearance from the cardiologist, which I know will be just fine. It is more important now to do everything I can do holistically/wholistically, health-wise to treat this cancer the healthy way. It is not time to give up and sit pretty because I fear those toxic chemicals so much that I want to take every opportunity to fight this monster at every level at every angle and every depth and remote distance there is. I need to detox and get acupuncture to recuperate from the effects of the toxin residue in my blood and body and skin.