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The not knowing and the waiting is DREADFUL. There are many people on here who understand the agony of waiting. I'll be honest, your story is very similar to mine and yes it does sound like they've caught something. BUT be reassured, if it was terrible news they would have asked you to come in straight away. It sounds like a VERY EARLY cancer which can be treated and they'll treat you quickly.
Try and fill your time before Tuesday as much as you can so you don't go loopy with the wait and the chattering in your head. Make sure someone goes in with you and try to write down some pre-prepared questions so you can get some answers.
Good luck honey
Rebecca, it is so scary what you are going through and I know it all too well..I am a stage IIB cancer survivor of almost 20 years now. I had a hysterectomy and radiation..20 yrs have gone by ( so fast ) and let me tell you, it can be done and especially at an early stage sweetie! You are NOT rambling and you have every right to post here! You are a woman, and are HUMAN and are scared!
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