Nope. Still awake, just for you
I used to purposely stay awake before an op, why not. I'd I'd enjoy the G A sleep that much more!!! What better time to sell your house?!! I'm so sorry about your brother Pauly.
Yeh, I said, ops are easy, results are the pits!!!!!
I'll be thinking of you later this morning.
If I were religious, I'd say god bless. but I'm not, so just trust in the delicate hands of your surgeon, and all else that IS, up there in the Delly universe - You will be okay. Deal with the results later.
Nitey nitey sweetiepie
Oooo, just missed your post, answering another. General Anaesthetic - love it. Gives me the most wonderful sleep ever.
so, I'm not knowing where Caulderdale H A would be under town wise? Why do people feel they have to get a grip - Yeh, Cancer. So no one expects you to get a grip.
I'm laughing, cos you're goin on about your house survey. What a time!!! Yes, you can do this. The annoying thing is, that we have to do this to someone elses time frame, not our own. My only brother sadly wasn't part of my BC experience, he was very ill mentally at the time, and sadly took his own life, shortly after my Mums death, so hang onto those you have left, family wise. Umph, not what you want to hear about, night before.
Yeh - Ops are simps. It's the waiting on results thats the bu**er!!!!
Wait to hear from you
So you live in my neck of the woods? Especially my "old" neck, the N M/C area, Middleton, Rochdale, Bury, Bolton??
Awwww, I'm not surprised you're stressing darlin girl. How was your lunch? Good? I may even know where you went!!
So are you being seen at N M G ?? If so, is Imelda still there, BCN wise? She's probably of a higher ranking now. I do hope you can get some sleep tonight. If not, just stay up all night and chat to me chummy. I keep the weirdest hours.Noted you were up early hours this morning.
Lotsa love to you xxxxxxx
Hi CK - How did your op go on the 22nd? I'm hoping you're okay, and 'it' all went well, as you haven't been on here since. I hope you're managing to keep comfey and managing to sleep with the post op wounds. Did they give you results immediately or are you now having to wait?? Sorry for all the questions lovey xxxxx
Pauly - You'rewelcome. Good breakfast, hey? I've got a bit confused with it all. Have you already had the wires installed in the breast area now? It was with you mentioning more needles on Monday at you pre-op. And yeh, of course you're getting stressed, anyone would. It's only natural. But I'm sooo glad your out in good company tonight, and for another feed on Tuesday. Great your Sis-in-law's being extra supportive. I hope you have lots of other support too for Wed.
Lots of love to everyone, Delly xxxxxxxx
Good Morning Pauly
How are you today darlin ??? Are you doing okay?? If not, shall I send in the "Sympathy Squad", armed with your favourite alcy beverage? Perhaps a little later, considering it's 9.24am! Tell me what and we'll have it ready on ice. Praps a nice humongous cooked brekkie then? 3 x rashers of bacon, 2 x sos, strangled eggs, toms, mushies, and beans? Corr, think I might join you - scootch up. No not that much, I'm only a little bum. Can we have some tea pleeease. Oh, and some brown sauce? Taaaa muchly. Yum num num num!!
Well umph, thats s'all a bit bu**ery bo**ox innit!!!! I would think and feel you may be feeling somewhat deflated, hey? Sorry to ask nitty gritty questions, that you may not want to be bovved to ask. Is the "wire" to do with the ROSCO procedures for positioning of the lymph nodes? If so, I thought all of them were to be removed. Or is that to be discussed at the Friday meet?
Don't know about you, but I'm now thoroughly stuffed. Mmmm, gonna be a bit of a squeeze fitting in your pocket tomorrow. I'll just have to take a big deep breath in, just like you're going to have to do. Will they be contacting you by phone or do you have to go in for the results Pauly?
Am thinking of you. I'm hoping you're having a really restful day today. You need a bit of a treat, before the apperatives are served later. Stay strong girl.
Hi CK - I had lymph nodes out with mastectomy, so I'm probably not the right person to help - but I'm happy to answer any questions if I can. One tip is to make sure you do the arm exercises they give you without fail. Once your nodes are removed you will have to take extra care of that arm - to avoid burns/infection etc, but your medical team will tell you all about that. I hope someone else comes along but do ask if I can help. Wishing you well for your op on 22nd.
Sorry that you havent had a response yet. This has probably got lost amongst other posts. Hopefully this will bump up the post and someone will see it and be able to share their own experiences with you.
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