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  • Blog Post: Still Waiting

    Well, I've had my bone density scan. I don't know the results - worse still, I haven't been given the Anastrazole tablets I'm supposed to be taking for the next five years!! In two weeks time I will see my Oncologist, so If I haven't had them by then I will ask her about them. But...
  • Blog Post: Keeping A Secret

    Keeping A Secret When I first found my lump, I didn't think it was serious, so ignored it for about five weeks, I didn't even mention it to my husband. Then I decided it had to be dealt with eventually, so told him. He packed me straight off to my GP. She initially agreed with me, as the...
  • Blog Post: The Great Big Lump

    So i'm in the shower with my partner (he's not The Great Big Lump btw) and i'm lathering up with my rather fine Molton Brown shower gel (warming eucalyptus if you like details) when I find it. The lump. Big. mahoosive really given the conservative size of my breasts (not complaining just...
  • Blog Post: Seeing the consultant

    (Oct 15, 2012) I know you are all on the edge of your seats to know about my health…. (for those who aren’t there are other posts available on cheerful topics such as depression, educational standards and dementia). Or of course there are other blogs available. So… me...
  • Blog Post: Sod's Law

    (Sept 28, 2012) Never let it be said that I don’t learn from my mistakes… but let it be known that Sods Law overrides learning from your mistakes. I’m still suffering the ‘pains formerly known as gall bladder pains’ plus other random abdominal various pains which...
  • Blog Post: I Do Not Have Cancer!

    No, I am not a white man from Georgia confessing to being a lesbian from Damascus. When I was diagnosed with cancer, it was some time before deciding to write a blog about my experiences. Consequently I can confess that I have had the surgery already and am currently in that limbo which is the wait for...
  • Blog Post: Pain!

    Hi - has anyone else experienced pain in the breast affected by cancer? I get shooting pains and one side of the tumour is tender - even bras are uncomfortable as they lie across the lump! I noticed after the biopsies that the pain became worse. Up until now I had always been told cancer was painless...
  • Blog Post: my first blog

    Ok so this is my first time ever doing a blog. where to begin. ahem. So my partner and I have an appointment with his oncologist on Tues next week (usual check up) and I am (privately) bricking it. Gosh they make me anxious. I am a little worried as my partner has found a lump under his nipple, right...
  • Blog Post: New lump

    http://aletheastory.wordpress.com/2010/08/31/disappointed/
  • Blog Post: 22nd February 2010 - GP confirms the lump

    The first day that the GP was open once I was back from Norway I rang up and was given an emergency appointment and able to see my GP personally straight away. After a bit of a telling off for not having let her know that I had been refused for the MRI scan and UKFOSS trial so she could have tried...
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