I'm feeling really good. I have a slight bit of residual nausea, but nothing horrible. I'm rather weak. It takes a bit more effort than I'm accustomed to to walk up and down the stairs. Overall, my mission for the next several weeks is to just take it easy. I'm supposed to take easy walks, which is a bit problematic since I live on a steep hill and even a walk around the block is taxing on the uphills. I would drive myself down to the beach for a nice flat walk, but I'm not allowed to drive. But I'll figure that out.
Overall, I'm very happy to be home.
As for the transplant, benchmark one....the engraftment....has been achieved. Now the question is....did it result in a complete remission of the myeloma. And the answer to that will be several months off. Normally, the answer could be found in a blood test which would show the amount of M-Protein secreting into my system. However, I am a non-secreter, so the only way to measure the amount of cancer in me is to do a bone marrow biopsy. This will probably be scheduled in about 3 months.
You never know for sure, but I'm guessing that I'm in complete remission and will be for a good long time.