I am 5 months post transplant. It was successful and I’m told I’m in remission. On a 2 year maintenance program. I have felt pretty good but lately I’m feeling more fatigued. Is this normal? Will it ebb and flow? As a very previously healthy and active person, I find this discouraging. The Lord is my strength and I know He’s in control. Also, I’ve lost 18 pounds through this ordeal and only gained 3 back in 5 months. I thought it might be encouraging to hear someone else’s thoughts/experiences… read more
Hey everyone. I will be starting Neupogen soon. Does anyone have recommendations for addressing the bone pain that comes with it in addition to taking Claritin? Thank you
Just received antibody level results from the lls.org study, (third test).
RECORD OF TESTS:
3 months after the 2 initial Pfizer vaccine shots 27.8 U/mL
1 month after the 3rd Pfizer vaccine shot 1112 U/mL
5 months after the 3rd Pfizer vaccine shot 63.2 U/mL
Very disappointing results, will get a fourth Pfizer vaccine shot in a couple of weeks and then another antibody test. You kind of feel like you’re on a hamster wheel, getting a little battle weary.
So today i went for treatment and my Dr asked me why i jad to cancel my last treatment appointment and my appointment down in NYC for my BMB, PET scan, snd and blood work up. I told her i was again exposed to covid. And because my vaccines did not take I am unvaccinated
She told me there is a new vaccine just approved two to three days ago for people like me that the vaccine did not take
Wondering has anyone heard of this?
I had to give blood again. To make sure that i still have no… read more
I had a stem cell transplant in 2010 for sage 2 multiple myeloma. I am checked every 6 months and numbers are always good. I have read and been told that you are never cured but in remission. Is there any length of being clear that you are considered cured.
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Does anyone feel the numbness all day? My doctors have me taking Lyrica 3 times a day and Cymbalta at night. I have it in my lower feet. At night when it's time for bed the numbness is very intense it's hard to fall asleep some nights.
Hello I'm Michelle I'm new here, I have a few questions for you warriors! After having several fractures over last 3 years my Rheumatologist sent me for an endocrinologist referral. Her labs showed some abnormal values in protein area. The mgus showed IgG lambda with no values. Also the single urine specimen was negative she said.
I asked for a hematologist referral just same, which I am waiting for.
What are some indicatorss that you may have had health wise, aside from fractures?
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