I’ve finally finished treatment. The brachy wasn’t as bad as I’d feared. I had a delay of a couple f weeks after reacting to something - maybe chemo, rads or a blood transfusion, the jury is still out! Still, I made it to brachy in the end and can only hope the delay isn’t an issue. Because my brachy was as an in patient and I was laid flat on my back, immobile for 3 days, plus the pelvic ‘intrusion’ I now have clexane blood thinning injections daily for 4 weeks to prevent blood clots. Has anyone else had to do these? I’m too squeamish, so my sister comes every day. It’s a tiny injection in the stomach just under the skin and so far (I’m 2 weeks in) had been easy and largely painless. However, today’s injection didn’t go in easily (I guess the skin is getting tougher) and I had a slight bubble of blood at the injection site, followed by a painful swollen lump and bruise. The GP via the phone has said its a trauma because the injection didn’t go in smoothly and will sort itself in a couple of weeks. All well and good, but I have another 2 weeks of injections and don’t fancy the same happening tomorrow. Does anyone have any tips? My sister feels dreadful, but as we are now into the weekend I can’t visit the nurse at the surgery to get tomorrow’s done (or check technique/get advice) so will need her to do it again.