Diagnosed with classical hodgkins lymphoma in November...stage 2b after over a year being misdiagnosed. Currently on my 3rd chemo and doing well..no bad symptoms anymore. Feeling good and lucky so far.
Would love to chat to anyone to share stories...good/bad days...laughs...get in touch
I Have not stopped laughing since a good cry on the first day of diagnosis (but I knew I'n my gut for a long time i had it and i was falling apart ) i decided to trust my doctors when they said it's cureable and made the choice to embrace the journey and decided my medicine was laughter...can't recommend it enough. My daily pains are aches from laughing....my memories so far are the banter it's caused between friends and family and I have ripped myself to shreds about all the negatives of treatment...the outcome is I feel cured all ready...happier than I have for years after the suffer i went through with type B symptoms. I already feel better...look better...smile everyday..I trust it's down to the laughter. Who knows what's next but I'm ready for it....I feel like a warrior for all I have got through so far. Everyone who knows me comments on how good i look...how strong im being and how im an inspiration. Im so glad thats what they are getting to feed back rather than negative.
I'm fully aware peoples stories are harder...my auntie has aggresive breast cancer but she's also being strong and positive and laughing and it helps. Let's help each other...don't give up...and try laugh! Better than any chemo can give you