Brain tumors suck. Hi, I'm Patrick btw. This is my cancer blog. My "normal" stuff is over here.
I didn’t think I would manage to top the hiatus I described in my last blog post, but here we are: Only one post in 2018. Which apologizes for not blogging in 2017. How about that?
Great. I managed a whopping three blog posts in 2017. So, uh, Happy New Year!
Actually, there’s not much news to tell. My MRIs are as stable as ever. In fact, they are so stable I decided together with my oncologist in Heidelberg, that it is perfectly fine to do my MRIs in Aachen and just send him the files for review.
So much for my plans to blog more. Ok, here’s the status update: Nothing important happened in regard to my tumor, all is well. The last MRI in June came back clean, as in almost an exact copy of the clean MRIs before. No new seizures either. I sincerely hope that I can give you the same boring status update for the foreseeable future :)
Nothing much happened since my last post, life was busy in general and I didn’t have the time to do much research on the topics I still want to write about. Therefore, just a quick update.
First and most important: Another clean MRI mid-February, and another reduction of my Levetiracetam intake. I’m now at the minimal dosage of 2x750mg per day. My oncologist says that currently, a further reduction would not be advisable, to minimize the risk of the epilepsy recurring. As I don’t have any side effects (yet) from taking Levetiracetam, that’s ok with me for now.