Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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Cytoxan

So since I had the NeBuPent yesterday, I started the cytoxan today and also started decreasing the prednisone. It would be nice to stop the prednisone because necklaces that used to sit a couple inches under my neck now cut into it, and my glasses make dents in the side of my face. I'm supposed to drink (and then pee) sort of constantly so I'm flushing the cytoxan as soon as it works. The last time I had it, my hair fell out, and that's a common side effect, so maybe we should have a lottery for when it happens.

I just had a very difficult discussion with Lucila. When I cleaned the utility room, I got the microfiber cloths off the shelf and washed them. She uses Pledge on everything and I only have one thing that's actually all wood. The problem with the Pledge is that it makes things slippery, and I sometimes use the furniture to catch myself or not-fall and that doesn't work when it's slippery. She kept saying "just a little Pledge?" and I kept saying no. So she's trying to do without.
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