Thank you for your support, you get it as you have been there. I guess I will hust have to wait and see!
Yes , I did it’s hard not to . Obviously it’s always a possibility but it does seem to be their immediate focus when you have anything out of the ordinary . I had ovarian cysts they thought were suspicious too - after removal they were found not to be .
I hope you get good news 🤞🤞🤞
I've just noticed the typos on my last post, 😳 😅 sorry about that.
Oh that's reassuring to hear, I've been told I'm too young for athritis despite my twin brother having it at 38 too plus I'm on exemestane and zoladex.
Did you think the worst too? I'm kind of preparing myself. The pain in my leg was keeping me awake anout two weeks ago and I couldn't lift it after climbing bit by now it's better. It so confusing xx
Yes , they were like that with me too - scared the crap out of me !! They just seem to assume you have secondaries when you are referred ? I had an appointment with Oncologist to discuss , they were pretty sure it was not mets but I ended up having a bone biopsy to confirm .
Thank you for your reply I really appreciate it and I'm zo glad uou had clear mail each time. Did they still call you in to dicuss results if its OK?
I'm trying not too loose my head but its so hard, the radiographer basically talked to me like I'd already been diagnosed. This was even before she cannulated me for the bone scan. My mum asked if she knew something we didn't and she said no that she'd not seen my x ray. Some people should be careful how they word things.
Thanks again for your support
You will find that once you’ve had a breast cancer diagnosis doctors / radiographers will always been suspicious of any changes and be ultra cautious but very often there are “none cancer” explanations for these things.
I was told my MRI scan was suspicious for bone mets twice - both times it turned out this was not the case. The waiting is the pits .
I posted last week about a shadow on pelvic ray. I had a bone scan and ct last Friday and going in to see the oncologist next Friday.
Think I'm desperately wanting to hear good news stories or reassurance in some way if the news is the worst.
I'm 38, er+ her-, diagnosed march 2018 2ith a 1.5cm lump removed with lumpectomy and no spread to lumphnodes