Hi found out i have breast cancer this morning. Will know more on wed about type of cancer i have etc. Just wondering how people best deal with the anxiety and in ability to sleep!!
At the hospital having my tracker put in. I was already taking my top half off before I got in the room! Nurse said to me " no need to tell you what to do!. Tbh i have been felt up so many times I would have taken the top half off in reception!!
Hi, on the MRI, I've had two now and honestly were much better than I had anticipated. I decided that if it was 30 mins long, if I counted back from 1800 then, at a rate if 1 count per second, I'd be there or thereabouts done (don't ask, my brain works in mysterious ways!). Anyways, I get down to 1400 and they wheeled me out. No idea if I drifted off to sleep, miscounted or simply lost the plot but this made it all feel very quick
Good luck, hope it goes well.
2nd covid vaccine booked for next week xx
Sarah.... Keep looking forward
Good for you - one thing to tick off the list xx
Excellent it’s all coming together now isn’t it - this time tomorrow you’ll prob be finished xx
Had my tracker put in today too. Bit sore. How are you.
I have only just caught up and read all posts. So won't reply individually but want you to know that I am with you all till the end which is certainly in front of us although seems a bit cloudy at times. Hope you all have a good nights sleep. xx
Hey also a bit sore. I made no attempt to watch what they were doing. Felt it best to avert my eyes!!
Hoping also that everyone gets sleep tonight.
I've still got that to come, my surgeon said mine would be inplanted halfway thru chemo.
No point in me having an early night as I'll only wake up after about 5 hours, I may as well stay up late.
Sleep well my lovelies, hope you feel better in the morning xx
No, I did not look. Think it's best not to. Wasn't expecting the mammogram straight after either. Ouch
Oh I love watching lol. I had 2 wires put in my boob before my lumpectomy and watched on ultrasound as they fought to push through my dense tissue!!
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