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delly
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Re: Mixed Feelings

TKN - Golly 2-3 wks sounds a looong time for Mammo results. I can remember myself, each year it'd throw it all up again for you. Brings it all back to the forefront of your mind, when you just started to push it to the back and KEEP it there.   Grrrrrrrr!    It did seem to get a little less with each one though, and then finally signed OFF after year 5 - PHEW and WHOOPEEE!!! I shouted, with an added extra side leg kick in the air. 😜  

Jaybro - Jan, that's such blummin good news. I feel relieved FOR you, flower. Another nice WHOOPEEE!!! then. 😀

Lots of love to everyone,  Delly ❤️  xxxxxx

TKN
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Hi Jan,

Glad to hear your good news! I’m anxiously waiting for my results.

Take care

Tracy x

Evie-S
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Jan - I’m so so glad to hear your good news, and hope your tummy catches up with the news soon! Hope you can relax again and have a nice treat planned for this eve. Love and hugs, Evie xx

Jaybro
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Re: Mixed Feelings

Hi TKN

I hope you don’t mind my hijacking your thread but I mentioned I was getting some MRI results to you. I’d just like to say they show no sign of cancer, a huge relief all round.

And my anxious tummy still hasn’t heard the news lol.

Good luck and I hope all is well with you too,

Jan x

Evie-S
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@Jaybro Jan - I’m sorry to read that you have had to have an MRI. You give so much help and support to everyone on this forum, so I hope we can in turn help you get through results day and the wait. I’ll be thinking of you and sending love and hugs. I hope you get the reassurance you are looking for. Evie xx

Evie-S
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Hi Tracy - thank you for your kind words. Housework is always a good distraction! But hope you have a nice treat lined up for when you finish the housework. I’ve just rewarded myself with some cake 😆. Please just get in touch any time you want to chat. Evie xx

TKN
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Re: Mixed Feelings

Hi Evie,

Thankyou and you have been a big help, I’m going to pop it in a box for now and do some housework! 
It would be nice to chat sometime, it always helps when someone is on the same page.

Tracy x 

TKN
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Re: Mixed Feelings

Thanks so much Jan, really helpful x

Jaybro
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Hi TKN

I endorse everything Evie has said. I don’t want to but I shall spoil it by saying I’m one of the lucky ones who seems able to shut most of the bad stuff in a box and only take it out when necessary. “I’ll worry about that when I have to” seems to have become a mantra (though it’s useless against my phobias lol - I obsess constantly). The thing is, even if I don’t think about it consciously, there must be some processing going on in my mind because, for example, I have to go tomorrow for the results of a surprise MRI and my insides feel like jelly. Still not thinking about it tho!

You’d have to be be superhuman not to worry. Your worry is completely rational, based on the knowledge that statistically there is a possibility. The ‘trick’ is to view those statistics differently. I’ll PM you the email my genius breastcare nurse sent me when I was close to meltdown, having foolishly googled something (the only time I’ve googled, honest!!). I hope you’ll find it helpful and maybe it will shift your perspective a bit. 

All the best for a good result,

Jan x

Evie-S
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Re: Mixed Feelings

Hi TKN - I know exactly how you feel. I had my 4th yearly mammogram in November and I get very anxious in the run up and the wait for results every year. It would be easy to say try not to think of it, but in practice that is much harder. Somehow you need to try to find a way to “lock the results in a box” and only allow yourself a short time each day to think about them - again not easy, but perhaps worth a try? The wait for me is mixed up with feelings surrounding the anniversaries of diagnosis/treatment so I find it a tough time.

I don’t think I’ve helped you at all - but I hope I’ve reassured you that feeling anxious is very normal. I’m here any time you just want to chat or offload. Big hugs, Evie xx

TKN
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Mixed Feelings

I’ve just had my first mammogram one year after diagnosis and have to wait 2-3 weeks for my results. I’m trying to put it to one side and feel positive but I’m feeling really anxious, just wondered if there was anyone out there in the same position. I had a lumpectomy for early stage cancer and am now on Anastrozole for 5 years.