My Monday routine:
7:45AM - First alarm, I still got time
8:00AM - Second alarm, I still have my third alarm
8:15AM - I'M UP. GEEZ.
8:50AM - Ok do I have everything? Yep let's go.
9:00AM - "Hey Lindsey how you doing?" -Donna, the nice receptionist at oncology. I check in with her.
9:05AM - Someone takes my weight, blood pressure, and heart beats per minute
9:30AM - *DING* Pharmacy's here with my medicine
9:35AM - "Ok Lindsey I'll be with you in just a second" -Nurse. Then she tells me my hcg levels.
9:37AM - Nurse gives me my shots
9:40AM - Go home
10:00AM - Hurry eat before you become nauseous!
10:15AM - Attempt to go to work
12:00PM - Leave work because I'm so tired from the medicine. Luckily, my co-workers are SO understanding.
1:00PM - Sleep
That's basically what happens on the days I receive my treatment. Of course I'll get up and eat and try to live for the rest of the day. Sometimes I'll be so tired that I can't sleep and I'll just lay on my bed. The part that comes after 12:00PM varies.
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