Alhamdulillah, I hope I've had the toughest times post-chemo behind me now. My body's reaction to the chemotherapy has definitely been much different this time as compared to previously. I felt so much weak and lethargic even from day one. I'm surprised myself at how much rest (READ:SLEEP) I actually needed to starve off the ill-effects of the drugs.
Not only does it affect me physically, being bed-bound has in some way affected me emotionally too. It is definitely depressing not being able to do what you wish to do. I'm sure Jep must have been You-tubing some of the 'how-to-compose-yourself-against-your-mengada-ngada-brother'. He would have usually given me the stick for my rather passive demeanour, but so far he hasn't. I guess he knew that I would never intend to behave in such a manner.
Anyway, I'm feeling a bit better now, especially after treating myself to Jep's delicious Beef Stew. I need to get myself fit enough to walk to the Medical School tomorrow for two important matters. Firstly, for my GMC registration. Secondly, for a BIG result. A result I frankly don't look forward to, but I believe Allah has set out His best plans for everyone, and I should therefore be ready to accept it regardless of its outcome. Insya Allah.