Good way to approach it Powdow. I'm actually doing okay. I finished active treatment at the end of March. Apart from hot flushes with Tamoxifen and some tiredness I'm feeling better than I thought I would at this stage. I clearly remember being at the stage you are at now ten months ago - it is the hardest time I think. Once you get started on the treatment path things get easier, mentally at least. I can't believe where the last ten months have gone - a bit of a blur really but apart from a few minor issues I'm feeling pretty optimistic. Wishing you lots of luck - keep in touch and let us know how you get on.
I'm a lobular with dense breast tissue and had to have an MRI as my original tumour could not be seen on a mammogram. I was told I should not have the MRI whilst I was actually bleeding but no other restrictions. Hope it all went well for you today.