Thank you for your handhold Stresshead, it's been a hell of a long week so far even though, realistically, today is the earliest I could get the results. I'll try calling my BCN at lunchtime if I haven't heard before then, like everyone else at this stage of the game, I just need to know.... Sue xx
Susu, so sorry to hear you have found yourself in this agonising place, There is nothing worse than waiting for results. I am keeping everything crossed that your medical team are being extra cautious and it turns out to be nothing. Whatever happens remember we are all here for you....rant, scream, cry, whatever you want. Holding your hand in cyberland. xx
Dear Carolyn and FF,
Thanks so much for your replies, it's lovely to get such support from you both. Thought I was coping well this time round but the mind games really kicked in last night. Managed a whole 2 hours sleep in the end but after a frantic day at work I am banking on rather longer tonight. Hoping to be able to report some good news in a few days time. Thanks again Sue xx
Susu, Testing and waiting for the results is pure torture! Let's hope it's nothing and you can close this book once again. Try to keep busy! I'm sure your head is spinning. Come back and let us know what's up! Hugs! FF
Hi all, I was diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer just over two years ago. Had WLEs & SNB's followed by radio which has left me with permanent nerve & tissue damage, not yet under control. Had my second year mammo early Jan, all ok. My follow up appointment at the clinic was not until last week where they recommended I have an ultrasound on the lymph nodes under one arm. Had this on Monday and there were clearly some concerns because they did some biopsies there and then. When I asked what they thought was going on I was told that 'something doesn't look right on the scan'
Have been fairly calm and detatched about it for the last couple of days but am now starting to wobble.
Expecting the results early next week but, as you can see from the time of this post, I am finding it hard to switch my mind off, that endless reel of 'what ifs' that we all know and hate!
Any suggestions would be gratefully received.