Jojums, you are allowed to feel sorry for yourself at times, but then you will pick yourself up, dust yourself down, kick some arse, and feel good about yourself cos you did all that.
laughter is definetly a good medicine though some people do look at me weird when i say somethings ..... but then they did that even before diagnosis ha ha xx
Sue W & Jojums,
Have decided to attack this cancer with humour! Been looking at lots of funny BC memes, some are so good I had wee bubbles
I intend on being put under anaesthetic for surgery laughing my arse off with a big smile on my face xxx
Nearly 9 months ago I had a WLE (wide local excision) lumpectomy and SNB (sentinel node biopsy this year. I am back leading my normal life, playing bowls, working and being very grateful for that routine mammogram that found the very small (17mm) tumour. As I am ER+ I take a hormone blocking tablet every day fo 5 years, which is s small price to pay to have had Mr Blobby (as I called my cancer) removed and to keep his spots away.
No wonder you could nto sleep you have had a lot to go through and take in over the last weeks, but you have a plan now and that will give you and those around you confidence.
Wire is an aid to easily locating the tumour and does not hurt.
Fingers crossed that the biopsy on the left breast proves to be nothing.
Sending you a hug