I had high anterior resection 4 weeks ago and start chemo in 2 weeks. (Stage 3 as it had spread to muscle and 1 lymph node). Recovery has been really good and I'm very grateful. Dr has said I should have agressive chemo for 6 months as my fitness is good (don't drink/smoke and exercised 2hr a day before surgery). I'm quite concerned at how I'll cope on chemo getting my 12yo daughter to/from school and activities. My husband is in Navy and sails again in 10 days. I'm positive, but guess I'm scared as to how bad fatigue and nausea will be and how much help I'll need. Any advice appreciated.
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