So round 2 of chemo was very similar to round 1!
Mark was lucky enough to have the same nurse (the fabulous Bev) and ended up in the same chair as last time. It was nice to have this familiarity for our second visit. Not to mention, we are constantly impressed with the level of care he is receiving. We feel very lucky to be so close to a facility like this.
In addition to receiving the actual chemo, some weeks he is going to see the doctor or resident. Part of the process also involves him going in the day before (or the morning of chemo) to have blood drawn. If his white cell count is good, he can have his chemo. If it's not, he can't. So far, he's been good for both visits.
My office is right across the street from the cancer clinic so I'm able to pop over and sit with him while the bags drip, drip, drip. After his first visit, he had some pretty strong nausea about an hour after we left the clinic. Tonight it didn't take that long. He started to feel symptoms from the chemo on the drive home. We made it home, but just barely, before he was sick. For the next round, we may need to get them to up his anti-nausea medication. We really don't want to cut it much closer than we did today, that would be good for no one!