I'm really sorry to hear that you might go through another shock.
I was diagnosed in Jan 2019 at the age of 42 with cancer on left breast. I have decided for bilateral mastectomy due to the fear of discovering cancer on the other side. It was not an easy thing as I still deal with the fact that my body is rejecting the expenders and I had to go flat chested about 2 weeks ago.
I wish u all the best
Drida, like Shi I have also replied on your other thread.
Can you see the little light from my candle? As Shi says, it's one of many; you are not alone.
Drida ❤️Just posted back to you on your other thread ❤️ I was diagnosed at 45 in 2017, your onc will want to know all info to enable them to tailor your chemo regime to you specifically, chemo is not a one size fits all, it’s doses and the plan are for you alone. We are all shining a football floodlight directly at you it should be dazzling your eyes now 👭 keep talking on here and use the info I put on your other thread please, don’t ever feel alone ❤️ 💕💕✨✨Shi xx
I have been diagnosed in August with IDC on the left breast with 5 out of 18 lymph nodes affected. I underwent two lumpectomy and full axillary clearance. The second surgery was to get more margins.
I was booked to start chemotherapy on 05/12, however yesterday I felt a lump on the other, “health “ breast and I walked in today to the breast clinic to get checked.
The doctor agreed saying it is a lump, but probably nothing as you had been scanned in both breast.
The radiologist told me “ unfortunately it is suspect that is a cancer 1,5 cm.”
He did the biopsy and told the oncologist about my case and already cancelled my chemo as they are waiting for the results of the another tumor.
I am 44 years old, speechless and hopeless as my diagnosis is just unique and I can’t find a light at the end of the túnel.