Oooh we all feel for you and hope it will turn out ok.
My cats were so gentle after my op. So careful when approaching that side, instead of stomping all over the duvet as they did before!
Thoughts are with you Venice25. I went for my first post-op mammogram (just over a year after my op) 2 weeks ago and whilst the surgeon couldn't feel anything, he said they wanted to compare the mammogram with my last one and he'd write to me - very careful with his words but clearly not able to give me an 'all clear'. He also asked me 3 times if I was taking my tablets (Anastrazole) and gave me my next appointment in three months rather than the usual 6. Given that I never had a lump in the first place, saying he can't feel anything didn't provide much comfort and I now feel back in limbo. Just when you feel you're back on a steady path, this ****** illness goes and sends you round the rollercoaster again!
I'm trying to keep things shut away and not worry about the what ifs as they might never be, but like you the occasional wobble happens. Glad to hear your dog is so tuned in, I'm sure cats and dogs know when we're not well.
Keeping my fingers crossed for you and hope you get a result soon. x
thanks so much Stella it means alot that you replied and sending positive thoughts. Trying not to think about it too much but last night had a really good cry and our little pup of 10 months came up to me and lay its head on my lap which me me laugh and cry Gill
have had my 1st mammo after breast cancer last year . results not for 3 weeks found lump in other breast had appt with surgeon lump has decreased in size and surgeon says it is a soft lump but still wants to do an ultrasound in panic mode dont know if i could cope again