The new chemo regiment that I am on is called Folfiri vs. Folfox which I was on before. I just prefer the spelling (fury), listed above, because that is what I feel the cancer cells are feeling right now. For this session it was very similar to what I had before. Yesterdays infusion was a mix of chemicals, atrapene, zofran, a steroid, Leucovorin, Irinotecan and FU5. Like last time, I go home with a needle in my chest with a tube connected to a bottle which continues to infuse 46 hours more of FU5. I had a great nurse who answered all of my questions and gave me some great advice for how I would feel with this mix. The next session they add the Avastin to the mix. I felt light headed and a little tired as soon as they started to infuse me with the drugs at the hospital. By the time I left my body steadied itself pretty well and I had no problem driving myself home from the hospital. I was feeling so well, initially, when I got home I decided to take a 3 mile walk as it was nice outside. Later last night I started to feel the effects. I turned ghostly white, my eyes dialated and are started to sink lower and lower into the couch. By around 7:30 p.m. I had enough and laid down. My stomach felt very uneasy so I started on more Zofran right away. It felt good to be horizontal but I hardly slept last night, not sure why. Overall I am doing o.k., but feeling a little run over.