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headscarves !!

Topic Made On: Sep 23, 2010 03:19pm
Seabecalm

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does anyone know where I can get one of the ready tied headscarves - I've seen them on other people and they look good, I've just not bucked up enough courage to ask where they get them from, thanks




Replied On: Sep 29, 2010 06:48pm
smreynard

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Hi Brenda,
Do you think you will get any hair loss? We were told that Ray wouldn't lose his hair but would welcome any feedback from others on this. I don't know about the ready tied scarves but take a look at the Buff website. They are like a tube of material and they do them for men and women in lots of different patterns. On the American website it has a video showing how versatile they are. It is possible to buy them over here from quite a few online sites including Amazon. They also do winter fabric ones as well.



Replied On: Sep 30, 2010 04:08pm
kestrel

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You asked about headscarves?Try ebay I saw quite a few there, heres just one item number for you to look at when you visit ebay just type in 330468722567.Hope this helps Lee



Replied On: Oct 02, 2010 07:44am
Seabecalm

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hi, thanks for the reply, not lost any hair yet, bit thinner maybe but not sure, the hemo. nurse said it was likely I would lose my hair, how did the second treatment go, I have by second cycle starting next tuesday



Replied On: Oct 02, 2010 07:45am
Seabecalm

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thanks i will look it up



Replied On: Oct 02, 2010 06:50pm
smreynard

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Ray's second cycle of treatment included the Rituximab for the first time, he had it last Wednesday and is still taking the F & C up until tomorrow. It has been much more intense than just the F & C by themselves. He has not had any problem with vomiting at all, but has been very hot, tired and with a pain in his spleen area. He completed the Rituximab session in about four and a half hours, so was not too bad. Strange that you were told differently about hair loss though!



Replied On: Oct 31, 2010 07:05am
Seabecalm

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hi Im glad Rays treatment is going well, 4 and half hours is good for the Ritximab, my last one was 10 hours, I'm obviously just and awkward cuss! hope everything continues well, Brenda



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