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Hi,I'm off to Bristol tomorrow to find out the histology results.In some ways I feel more apprehensive about this appointment than when I was diagnosed.I had guessed that I had cancer so although it was a shock it wasn't a suprise.I would be interested to hear people's experiences of getting their histology results.Best wishes.Jane XX
After my first scan the lovely ward urology doc said " prepare for the worst and hope for the best" and I've followed his advice. I've had 3 lots of histology results all at different grades. None of them made my heart sing but the amazing range of treatments available for free from the NHS definitely helps! Sending you love with my fingers crossed. H x
I've been there today for my annual scan, and all was functioning as usual. I have my fingers crossed for you.
I may appear to be listening but in my head I'm all at sea.
Thanks Herothedog,I follow the same advice.Unfortunately due to having a squamous cell cancer the treatment options are limited.When we met the surgeon my sister asked if I would be cured by cystectomy and he said it depended on tumour spread.I was told back in 2005 when the pre-cancerous changes were found that I would be put under cancer surveillance.My urologist said that they couldn't predict which patients with these changes would get cancer,only that it was a much rarer aggressive type with a tendency to spread.It's taken 14 years for the changes to turn cancerous but I'm coping well without the bladder.In fact I don't miss it at all,it's caused me nothing but pain since my early 20's and I am 59 now.Fingers crossed that the news will be good tomorrow and I can continue improving.Love Jane XX
Thanks CB,Glad everything was ok for you today.Love Jane XX
I will be thinking of you tomorrow
Love Inanna xx
Thanks Inanna,I hope your scan goes well tomorrow.Love Jane XX
Hoping to hear good things winkers Xx
Thanks Sue xx
Good luck for tomorrow everything crossed for you We have just had a phone call Mr W has a flexi tomorrow Had to chase up the appointment it should have been here when we returned from holiday but it wasnt
Feeling rather sick at the moment Scanxiety
I do hope Mr W's flexi goes well and that that you had a good holiday
Will be thinking of you tomorrow
Hi Jane my thoughts and best wishes go out to you for tomorrow harry x
Hi Jane, a bit late answering this but hope it went well at your appointment. Waiting is the worst bit, hopefully now you will have a plan of action.
Hope things go well today for Mr W. X
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