Dr R sent email from either the beach or the golf course saying that I ought to get the Neulasta shot, so I went to Duke on Friday and got it. The shot itself took 5 seconds. The entire journey and wait was 2 hours. Not bad, but I was wiped out when I got home. I bounced back after lunch, worked some more, and then crashed again.
I am glad I got the shot, grateful that I have good insurance, but maybe a little nervous because I rememebr from last summer it made me feel as though I had the flu.
Plus I have this constant headache, which might be from the Zofran, because the bottle has a sticker that says, "Might cause headache." It was NOT the power of suggestion either -- I had the headache long before I noticed the sticker.
Ugh, and the Decadron woke me up at 3:00AM. I tried to go back to sleep but got more and more restless till I just got up at 3:25AM. (Did not want to wake up Lou!) I have been shopping online since then, visited my neighbor's PartyLite Candle web site, spent some time at Barnes and Noble too. Now I think I 'll just watch TV for awhile and iron the backlog of Lou's t shirts.