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Old 04-20-2005, 04:51 PM   #11
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That is really good news! I have been there myself so I know what a relief it is! Don't worry about the surgery. I am sure the docs will take very good care of you. Have a lovely day with your husband!
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Cindy, that is a relief! I've been through the "doctor runaround" for allergies so I know that you're relieved to finally have an answer and that it is good news! Like Meredith says, the doctors will take good care of you! Don't worry about the surgery! We'll be thinking of you too!
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Old 04-20-2005, 05:16 PM   #13
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Im so glad to hear the good news!
I had a big scare with some reproductive parts... turned out to be nothing but just a "big scare" I know how un-nerving waiting for those tests can be...
Im glad all is well, and dont worry about the surgery... God will watch over you, and keep you safe. Balt. has some awsome hospitals & such... you will be fine


HEY!!! I have a great idea everyone, if Cindy is still in Balt. when were there, lets forget the dolphin show and, all go terrorize the hosp!!! We can check out her new stichs!!! hehe...kidding...
I'll be praying for ya lady!!!
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Congrats! The surgery will be a piece of cake. And this is coming from someone who has had 5 surgeries in the past 4 years due to tumors and such. It will be over before you know it! And just think, during recovery you can spend all that time watching your fish.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you.

I'm not so worried about the surgery. It took a few tries but I finally did get one of the best tumor/cancer doctors around.

Melody, a trip to John Hopkins Hospital would take a day in itself. That place is huge! It's like a small city unto itself. lol When I had my first consult with him, he said it would be an outpatient surgery so hopefully it will be a few hours, then I can go home.

And speaking of fish Fishyfanatic, I'm off to go see what I can find. lol Thanks again everyone.
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heck, buy yourself a tank while your at it, a nive 1200 gal tank!
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Thats wonderful news! You have my prayers for a complication free surgery and a speedy recovery!
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Thanks again. lol

Well, I didn't come home with a 1200 gal tank but, got something almost as nice. lol Check him out.
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ahhh! what is wrong with it?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!


just kidding, nice bubble eye goldfish, also what makes them get the bubble eye?
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Bad luck? lol I have no idea.
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