• Extension of fine hair

    My ways of dealing with hair loss I described in the previous post. Now I would like to answer the question whether it is possible and worth extending delicate hair. Such as those that grow back after chemotherapy. If someone, like me, plans to grow his hair, he should consider extensions. It’s been a year and a half since my hair started to grow back. However, my haircut si still asymmetrical. My hair is longer at the back and shorter at the front. It will probably be a few more months before I can show off any hairstyle. I’ve always had long hair and missed it. I decided to thicken…

  • Hair loss after cancer treatment

    I only cried twice during my illness. One of them was because of hair loss after cancer treatment. I’ve always had very long hair. Immediately after the first chemotherapy, I cut them short. I thought they wouldn’t fall out then. I was wrong. A few days later, I started to notice a lot of hair on the pillow. I combed less often because the sight of the entire stripe of hair on the brush terrified me. Some time later, I gently put my hand in my hair. A whole handful of them stayed in my fist. I touched my head once again. Another handful of hair was left in my…

  • Recovery after chemotherapy

    OK, you finished the treatment and what’s next? after 8 cycles of chemotherapy I had a PET-CT scan which showed that I was healthy. I mean, technically I’m in remission but I consider myself healthy. They say a positive attitude is half the battle, but I think it’s even more. After receiving positive results I was very, very, very happy but a few days later I started wondering what to do next. Therefore, in this post I will focus on recovery after chemotherapy. Physical health Take care of your physical health. The therapy has ended, but chemo has caused a lot of negative effects in your body. First, after consulting…

  • #cancerpositive

    When I was diagnosed with cancer and learned that chemotherapy is needed and a bone marrow transplant very possible, I was searching the internet for information. I have noticed that there is a lack of information on how to go through and regenerate after chemotherapy. In this post I will deal with how to go through the chemo. Chemotherapy is given in cycles – for me it was 8 cycles in 3 weeks intervals. I was given the drug combination called R-CHOP. I received drugs in the form of a drips. In addition, in the form of tablets I used steroids and other medicines. During treatment, the body’s immunity drops…

  • Reborn

    Hi, my name is Ula, I am 29 years old and I come from Cracow in Poland. As some of you may know, in May 2018 I was diagnosed with aggressive cancer. DLBCL – Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Currently I am in remission. The fight was long and difficult but I didn’t gave up. Fortunately, my family, friends and beloved boyfriend fought with me. I’ve decided to recover quickly because the world is too beautiful to lie sick. So here I am enjoying life. Reborn December 4, 2018. I aim high and dream boldly. I love travel, sea and food. My next goal is to live in Geneva. My dream…

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