The Third Day

I slept well past the cafeteria opening. Which is normally not a big deal, but it makes them very nervous when people getting infused don’t eat..I received several increasingly concerned phone calls, inquiring why I hadn’t yet ordered food. Honestly, the menu is pretty good for a hospital. It takes a minute to pick something when you’re not that familiar with the choices, especially in between getting all the morning tests and labs done.

Today, I also have to do a testicular ultrasound on the one that’s left…it’s also the left one. Strictly as triple checking diligence. The end of the story is that there is such thing as too much ultrasound gel, and it’s a little disheartening to have all your good parts discussed as ‘unremarkable’.

Getting ready for the nights infusions! Going to be so great, especially since I can literally feel the neck tumor softening. Same routine, they can start the infusion until almost 10:30pm. They are going to get doctor approval for tomorrow’s infusion to get moved up 2 hours. We’ll see how it goes 🙂

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