The biopsy came back that it was ER+ so it will be tamoxifen afterwards and HER2- so no herceptin. It also said it was a lgrade2/3
Thanks for the reassurance. I need all the positive vibes I can get x
I am going to ask a stupi question...so sorry but is it a good thing that it is so small or does it depend on how nasty it is?
Thank you for your support andgood wishes.
I will go to the other forum as suggested - it's amazing how different each person't treatment is!
And welcome to the forum.
Yes, I remember that feeling well. I walked around in a daze for a few weeks and certainly didn't eat much. These are the worst times. Once you get started on your treatment and know what you are dealing with, it does get easier.
Best wishes for your op. Please come and chat whenever you wish. It might be worth visiting the Going through Treatment section too. It's a good place to share tips and support each other.
I was diagnosed with a tiny (6mm) lump after a mammaogram at the end of July. Lump cannot be felt, so it was a complete shock.
I had the biopsy and then the results 2 weeks ago
On Friday I am to have a lumpectomy and Sentinel node biopsy. Hopefuly it will not have spread and then I can get on with Radiotherapy (3weeks) and (I presume) tamoxifen for 5 years.
I would say I am in a state of repressed panic - no oomph and not sleeping well. Feeling queasy at times too.
I know that statistically it is going to be OK in the end - small lump found early etc, but that's not much help at 3am.
Waiting for results is going to be a nightmare - 2 weeks of what if..
It's good to see I am not alone.