Volume 2

I And so, it starts all over again.

Yesterday, the plan, if you can call it a plan for me, was laid out before me. It is with great pride that I was able to make it through the appointment without crying.

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9 thoughts on “Volume 2

  1. Carol Symons says:

    My heart goes out to you. Try to stay strong…you can do it!

  2. Lorna says:

    If you managed without crying you did better than me when I read your last post.

    I’m so angry at life on your behalf, not that it actually helps.

  3. Linda Jones says:

    We all love you Emma.xx

  4. Terri J says:

    My heart is breaking for you but I know you will plug on & get through this. I think of you every day & hope for wellness for you & my daughter who is fighting MM also.

  5. Simon Fryer says:

    I have followed your story threw every post, Keep writing and sharing your experience its gives others strength. Im a carer for someone who has Myeloma and it is a selfish a disease. My friend is back in hospitsl for the fourth time since his stem cell procedure. This time he has picked up Salmonella after a lovely holiday we had in Edinburgh. We just have to keep going and take each day as it comes and take the best days as a bonus.

  6. Van says:

    Hang in there and stay calm. MM works this way. You can have M spikes and still live a healthy life. I know it sucks; however, it is important to learn your science and be your own advocate. There are new treatments and even more in the clinical trial pipeline. Following your blog, I don’t get the sense that your docs are anywhere remotely close to the cutting edge.
    I lived in the UK for a bit. I get it. It’s sometimes a backwater in terms of medicine.
    Do some research. Take control. It’s your life, not the doc’s.

  7. Sarah says:

    Emma I’m so so sad and angry for you when I heard. Well whatever the next treatment plan is, you will fight this again. You are so strong and we are all thinking of you xx
    Lots of love xxx

  8. Joy says:

    Hi Emma,
    That really sucks! I’m sorry you are going through this. I’m in a similar boat. Had my transplant in October 2013. Started growing plasmacytomas on my head 60 days later. I’m now on my 3rd different course of drugs since the transplant. Everything you’ve said rings so true. I wish we could form a two woman army and beat the crap out of this damn myeloma. We are both fighters and deserve so much better!

  9. josmithlees says:

    Hi Emma

    I’ve been reading all your posts since you kindly let me join your experience. I can’t stop reading this one. My heart goes out to you lovely lady. Thinking of you.

    Jo Smith x

    Sent from my iPhone

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