The rest of the week has been the usual daily gentle heat hyperthermia, magnetic field therapy, various injections and infusions etc. It does become quite busy, we all have our own timetables and rush off for various treatments at different times. The usual meeting places are the dining room or day room and there are always people around to chat to.
I have been trying to visit the gym regularly too as I have to do 30 mins exercise a day which so far I have managed to keep up!
The weekends are very quiet at the clinic, the treatments finish by Saturday lunchtime and don't resume until Monday morning. Last weekend there was a farmers market in the main street which comes here once a month so that gave us something new to do. Also a brass band plays every Sunday afternoon in the park so it can get quite busy although the average age must be about 70!
The shopping excursion this week was to a nearby town called Gissen. I went with a couple from KL and had a lovely time shopping with Becky whilst her husband pottered around by himself. I think he was rather pleased I was there as he didn't have to look at women's stuff and could do his own thing!
I went into Nidda on Friday night for dinner with Sylvia and a couple of other patients. It was a nice change from the clinic food as we are all getting a bit fed up with it! It is ok when you first arrive but after 3 weeks it gets a bit repetitive.
So now only three nights to go and I shall be heading back to the UK.
After my consultation with Dr Herzog this week, I shall probably return here in November for a couple of weeks for further treatment. This will be much the same as I have had this visit if my next scan results are good which will be in about six weeks time.
|Having tea and cake whilst |
knitting a scarf!!!
Thank you so much for all your comments and emails, it has been great to have your support and read all the news.
Until my next update, Linda x
|Park in Bad Salzhausen|
|View from my hotel window|
|The town is surrounded by these fields, this is|
along our walk to Nidda