Chemo during your vacation is not really any more fun for the patient than it is when you receive it on a regular day. I would actually venture to say that this week's chemo was a little harsher on Mark than it normally is. The odd thing about that (and we're not 100% sure at the moment) his oncologist was going to decrease the dosage slightly this week. About halfway through today's session, Mark started to feel weak. That hasn't happened before. Perhaps the weather is having something to do with that. It was pretty steamy and humid today outside today (it was comfortably cool in the clinic) which may have zonked him a bit. Not sure.
Since we got home, he's continued to feel weak. He did eat a bit of dinner and had a little nap earlier.
Fortunately, he received a prescription for a new anti-nausea medication that his pharmacist suggested. If he takes it in advance of his next round, he should notice a difference. Sure hope he does anyway. Each round just gets a little rougher on him.
Thank goodness he's only got 5 more of these to go through.