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Posted by Joy ( on April 25, 2001 at 15:59:19:

Lee has a doc's appointment tomorrow and the doc will probably start decreasing the Verapamil now that he's been pain free for over six weeks now. I have to admit I'm a little nervous about it even though I don't think the Verapamil has been responsible for the remission--think the cycle was just over. I know the doc will do it gradually, but if it IS the Verapamil--I don't want to find that out--if you know what I mean! Just please keep a good thought for him okay?

Also, I have to admit I think I understand why people tend to leave the board (or not post, at least)during their painfree times. I'm just not sure how to explain it--I have felt a a little disconnected lately and haven't posted much. Painfree times make you forget the agony you just went through or witnessed. PF times make you forget the place you've been and never want to go back to. But, on the other hand, PF times remind me that PF people and their supporters are the people who really NEED to be here. If it weren't for those people back a few months ago, I would have left without any hope that today Lee would have survived this cycle. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I'm trying to remember that the hand I reached out to in desperation may soon be the one reaching out to me--I'm going to try to be there for that. Sorry for rambling...just had to say that. Joy

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