Wow, it has indeed. Let's see if I can catch up.
Last Wednesday I wend in to UT for an MRI, trying to figure out what's going on with my legs. I had labs done before that and freaked out the nurses with my high blood pressure. They wanted me to stop up to see a doctor (mine was absent). The MRI was fine. While seeing the doctor, he was concerned about my blood pressure but also took a look at the MRI and suggested that I quit regorafineb to concentrate on what the deal was with my brain. The doc was concerned about lesions up and down my spinal cord. He offered to get me started with a chemo regimin, but I decided to go back to Baylor.
Friday, I got in to see my doc at Baylor. I did an MRI and CT scan. Eric talked to my regular doctor (do I have enough doctors??) on Monday, and he wanted me to see a radiation oncologist. Hospice was also tossed around, and we'll talk to those folks tomorrow.
The rad onc was awesome, answered all our questions, and suggested that there was no one rignt answer. We're to think about it and get in tough with him tomorrow.
It's hard becuse I picture myself having all this immortality, but in reality, I so don't.
The rad onc asked me how I was so tough. I said that I have a tough God. And I definitely do. Prayers would be awesome.