Since I had cardiac issues with secondary chemotherapy, I am no longer on chemo and will have my next MRI at the end of March, 2015 to see if the stuff around my liver stays the same, gets smaller, or gets bigger and they will always check to see if it shows itself again anywhere else. Basically, time will tell. For now, I will just work on getting as healthy as I can and enjoy my family, friends, and life.
Thank you everyone who was there for me in any and every way you could be. Please keep it coming. The fight will never be over as this cancer almost always returns. I will just call the past 7 months round 1. I got my ass kicked with diagnosis, surgery, chemo, ER visits, ambulance rides, cardiac issues, blackouts, overnight admitting into the hospital, blood clots, port not working, etc… but now round 2, I plan on it going more in my favor. I still have to take blood thinners for about 5 more months until the blood clot in my jugular vein goes away and in two months, I should have my port removed from my chest.
All in all, I am still very happy with where I am at and look forward to the future hoping for no major issues for quite some time. I hope I am not speaking too soon but for the first time in a long time, I am feeling good.