Some fatigue has set in today. I had Bible Study this morning and could hardly concentrate. After coming home to feed Stuart lunch I left to have my RT scheduled for 1:15 pm. Having the windows rolled down did help a little. At 2pm I parked the van in the school parking lot to take a nap till the boys came out at 3:05. It helped. I will need to go to bed earlier. Also I think having the RT in the afternoon was a little difficult. Tuesdays are the only days it will be in the afternoon. I usually try to take a nap when little Stu takes his.
I have also noticed since surgery when I am somewhat fatigue my right eye is fatigued as well. It actually aches.
I did asked a few questions to Deb, Dr. Simpsons nurse. My hair loss will be progressive. It will continue to fall out even after the radiation is complete on February 9. As for the burns which I thankfully do not exhibit as of yet, some people have burns while others do not. Keep well hydrated and use Aquaphor 3x daily was the suggestion. Pray I am of the ones who will not have any burns. OK, I will have the look of a greasy head along with hair loss. So if you see me around I do take a shower every day. I am not a grease monkey. Also a great thing to note - I have not needed steroids. That is a huge answer to prayer!
18 more radiation treatments to go.