That's fab news! Always so lovely to hear the good stories and very important for those who are in the waiting stage to see that things can and do turn out ok for many of us! Xx
Feather lovely news, it's such a life changing thing isn't it even entering into these realms. A new thread would be great, as it will help others to understand and give some support, we see god statistics, but very difficult to believe. Keep well and look after yourself. Xxx
I'm so glad. Yippee.....
I had a good ultrasound result today. So it's champange cocktails all round then?
UPDATE for my lovely, caring "young warriors".
Nothing sinister found on mammo ....Consultant checked me over again. He is almost sure it is a Pappiloma, but because, I still have the occasional bleed, he said he will remove it and as us usual, will send a sample for biopsy. He hasn't given me a date for the op. It will be under general anaesthetic but as a day case. But he reassured me that it was a benign papilloma. (I would have posted the news earlier, but my shopaholic daughterinlaw decided to spend almost the whole day looking around the shops ha)
Thankyou all so so much for your kindness and concern during the past weeks. I will still be popping in to say hello to you all and see how you are doing. You will never know how much you all meant to me during these past few weeks.
I wanted to to start a new thread, but I don't know how to do it. I would like to expand a bit further on my symptoms etc and perhaps others who are worried can be reassured, although everyone is not the same.
Lots of love and thanks for listening xxxx
I've responded to you on Welshcake's thread.
I can vouch for Helena's tough pants, I was the last one to borrow them and I did give them a lovely hand wash in special soap suds. They will be nice and fresh and won't chafe too much.
Love that Helena....made me laugh👏👏😀😀😀talking of big girl's pants.....when my grandson, then 5 (now a strapping 15 year old) caught me off guard when I just pulling my panties up after a pee, he looked in astonishment and said "Nan , why do you have b-i-I-g knickers , spreading his hands wide, while Mummy has teeny knickers...what answere do u give a 5 year old . I picked him up, after washing my hands of course and gave him a biiiiig cuddle ! On that note ...goodnight !
love and thanks xxxxx
If we are your young warriors you are our Bodesia my darling. Age does not matter on this journey it is about getting the best that we can from our individual treatments whatever that entails. Whichever way it goes on Thursday we are all there in your pocket holding your hand and we will get you through.
Please never feel ashamed of yourself, you are a wonderful lady and us "younguns!!" can learn a lot from you, the big girl pants are winging their way to you to help you as well, honestly they do get washed after each person wears them 🙂 🙂
Sending you lots of squidgy hugs
Hi feather, I will echo what has already been said, age is irrelevant and we are all in this together , young and not so young! 😉 This is the absolute worst time while you are waiting but Thursday will come and go and you will cope with whatever may lay ahead and of course we will be here to help if you need us Xx
Thanks Jill....I hope so too. I do have prescription sleeping tabs - I can't sleep without them. Not good, I know.
i'm going to be brave on Thursday .
love and thanks xxxx
I am sitting here on my armchair, full of anxiety (seeing Consultant on Thursday for results of mammo), full of self pity.
Then I go through a lot of posts here, and realise, most of you are so young (anyone under 70 is young to me). I. have lived my 3 score and 10, I have lived my life, difficult at times, but I have lived. You are all so brave......some of you have young children. You are my YOUNG WARRIORS !!
When I go for my results on Thursday, I will be thinking of you all and taking courage from you.
Wish each and everyone of you a full and complete recovery.
Love and thanks xxxxxx