Good Luck for tomorrow. I can vouch for Ladybowler support which you can see in various places around this site it is always well thought out and practical. Do you think it is possible that maybe your mum is sleeping in a different position to protect her tender left breast and perhaps this could be causing some unusual for her pain on her other side? Maybe she usually sleeps on the opposite side. You are a lovely daughter to be supporting your mum, well done.
This really is a horrible time to be in when you are waiting for your results as the person who has had the op but also for those you love around you.
I must admit that I have not heard of microbubbles, but it is very possible the other ladies on here will have knowledge of it.
Are you able to do something nice together over the weekend that might help take her mind off things for a while. The other thing to do is to try and see if you can get her to come on here and speak with the wonderful ladies who will be able to help and support her, it might help her to know that there are other ladies going through or have gone through and come out the other side of this.
For my part I was diagnosed in Sept last year after a routine mammogram, had a wle and snb in Oct, underwent 20 sessions of radiotherapy and i am now back at work doing my normal hours, there is light at the end of the tunnel but there are a lot of times when it doesnt feel like that and it is about trying to keep positive.
Let us know how you get on Monday and we will all be thinking about you.
I am usually on here at some point during the day so if you need to talk rant rave whatever just post and I am sure that the other ladies will be posting to you as well during the day.
Welcome, what a wonderful support you are to your mum.
I dont know how your mums breast cancer was found but I would imagine that she had had a mammogram on both her breasts in the recent past which has shown up the cancer in the breast for which she has had her op and I would have thought that would have shown up if there was anything in the other breast.
I can not imagine that it is anything serious, we all know on here about aches and pains that suddenly appear either whilst waiting for our results to see if we have breast cancer and subsequently every time we get a pain now the mind plays tricks and you start to think that it has spread.
You could always give your mums breast care nurse a call and have a chat with her to see what she thinks
Good luck for the results on Monday, let us know how she gets on