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Old 04-20-2005, 01:21 PM   #1
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I just got the best news!

Well, I'm gonna make this short. Since Nov 2004 I've been seeing doctors for a tumor. Getting to see the right specialist and getting squeezed into a very busy schedule has taken forever. The specialist I'm seeing told me it looks suspicious and he wanted a biopsy done. Weeks later, this past Friday, I finally have it done. For the last four days I've been going nuts waiting for the results. I got a call today and the tumor us benign!!!!

I'm in such a good mood, I think I'll let hubby take me out tonight an buy me a fish. :P

I'm still facing surgery to have it removed but, bah, that's nothin. Right? lol

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Congratulations Fluff! That is good news!


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Hey...thats both bad and great!
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That's great news. Don't take the surgery too lightly, as any surgery has risk, but be overwhelmed that it's not cancer.

How soon til surgery?

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way to go, but surgery, eeww

what if they leave the scalper where the tumor used to be

LOL i was watching a show on TLC about mistakes in surgery and they left all sorts of thing in patients bodies
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I'm not taking the surgery lightly and am not looking forward to it. But, considering what I could have been facing....
I've been warned already that due to it's location, there is a major nerve that runs through it that could get severed. But, I'm not thinking about that right now. I'm just so happy it wasn't cancer.
I'm not sure when surgery will be but it's probably gonna keep me from going to meet everyone in Baltimore. They told me it would be next week or later til they call me in just to talk to me about the surgery. Not sure why they need to do that but, I'll go talk to him again. Then it could be weeks again before it gets done. So, I may be in Baltimore, but not at the aquarium. To soon for me to tell though.
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That's good, but surgery is still 8O

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Congrats on the good news, Cindy! You must feel a bit lighter in the shoulders?
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Great news Cindy.....Get 2 fish
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I'm relieved to know the tumor is benign. Although you face possible surgery for the tumor...it is a relief to know.

Go out to dinner...have a good time. Kiss the kids.

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