I just wanted to put this information out there for those on this site who are from outback, remote, rural or regional Australia, who have problems with getting to and from medical appointments, treatments etc( problems with distance, costs etc), there is a service out these that some people it seem have never heard of, or thought of using it is called ANGEL FLIGHT.http://www.angelflight.org.au/
Yes it is nearly 3am the night/ morning before my next chemotherapy cycle (cycle 3 (YAY! That will make me halfway when it is finished) of 6 of TCH).
I took my 2 x 4mg tablets of Dex at 10am and 2pm (told to try not to take it after 2pm to limit chances of insomnia), but alas insomnia is somethign we jsut have to deal with.
Over the years and many hospital visits I have made a list of things that can make hospital stay easier and more pleasant, and thought I would share them with those on this site, for those about to go into hospital for surgery for lumpectomy, mastectomy, reconstruction, revision, node removal, those who are on chemo and develop an infection or for any other reason you may be hospitalised.