Tears of joy

The rehabilitation is fucking hard. I workout non-stop! I am regaining my strength, but my head still can’t keep up. But this post is not about the challenges, but the joy and the amazing feeeling of progress. I was at Northside Festival and Mathias’ cousin’s wedding in the same weekend. We were celebrating the beautiful…

At få tårer i øjnene af glæde

Det er pisse hårdt med genoptræningen. Jeg træner og træner og træner! Jeg får rigtig mange kræfter, men mit hoved kan ikke helt følge med endnu. Det skal nu nok komme. Men denne blogpost skal ikke handle om udfordringerne, men bare om glæderne, og om den fantastiske følelse af, at det går fremad. Jeg var…

Udskrivelsesoptimisme

I morgen bliver jeg udskrevet fra hospitalet! Det er sgu ret vildt. Jeg har været her siden den 20. marts. Så 3 uger. Jeg glæder mig så meget til at komme hjem. Mathias kan bekræfte at jeg sludrer non-stop om alle de ting, jeg vil hjem og plante på altanen. Men i første omgang skal…

#hospitaloutfitoftheday

Yesterday I got a fever, but today I killed it at the rowing machine in the morning and walked 6 km in the afternoon. I am slowly getting stronger! This hospitaloutfit is a celebration of my dad! While I was at the hospital the was a Stine Goya stock and sample sale. My dad went…

Progress, walks, family and challenges

Since day 6 I have been feeling that things are in progress. It obviously doesn’t mean that it isn’t still really challenging and that there are a lot of bumps on the road. But nonetheless progress. On day 6 my platelets was quite low. The platelets or the thrombocytes are a component of blood whose…

#hospitaloutfitoftheday

Today Mathias and I went for a really long walk. We even had a pit stop at a café. I still have food loathing, but when Mathias ordered a salad I suddenly felt like eating some beans. I asked the waiter if I could get ten boiled beans and some dip and I could! I…

Day 0: My new birthday. Blood stem cells!

Day 0 Finally day 0 arrived. The big day where my blood stem cells were to be reintroduced. I had been a bit nervous, because I knew that it would be really cold (max 4 degrees), could hurt, and taste bad. There were also risks of side effects, but that would not be due to…

Programme: Blood stem cell transfusion

Preliminary plan… It look like such a small procedure… It is not… 29 January – 1 February: Tests of heart, lungs, general physique. Surgical removal of ovarie. 7- 10 February: First round of chemo 15-17 February: Daily injections to prepare the stem cells for harvest 18-22 February: Harvest of the blood stem cells 20 March…