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I'm so sorry you had this experience. There's so little we can control in treatment, and then to find out that even what we thought we could count on is out of our control is really disconcerting. When I was in chemo, I was to have 16 cycles/treatments, and one day my potassium level was so low the nurses had to call the onc to see if I could even have my treatment, and I felt so upset that I practically threw a fit right there. (I was fortunate to have very understanding nurses, and I apologized profusely for weeks later.) The delay would have meant that my chemo would take longer (but only by one more week). The real problem was I had reached my zenith with feeling that my life was out of control even though I had worked so hard to keep the pieces of it together. I did end up getting my chemo that day after all, but I'll never forget how that made me feel even though the delay would not have rally mattered much in the larger scheme of things. I tell you this to let you know that I truly understand your feelings. By the same token, it appears as though you're on the upswing and may be feeling better soon. So stay strong, my friend. You'll get there, even if it's a week or two later. If it's any consolation, a year from now this delay won't matter at all.
Hugs & prayers,