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Tag Archives: breast cancer
I had my annual mammogram last week, but in the morning when I had my shower, I thought I felt a lump. It is three years ago that I had my mastectomy, and three years before that that I had … Continue reading
Yippee! Melanie is back as she stands in for Frank’s Truthful Tuesday. The question this week: Is it compassionate for medical professionals to keep people on tenterhooks waiting for results, particularly if the diagnosis in question could be really bad … Continue reading
Recent headlines have been full of women being diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Some have responded to treatment, others have sadly passed away and my thoughts are with their families and friends. I have just read an article of a 34 … Continue reading
Sounds like a garage sale doesn’t it. If only fixing our bodies was as simple as an oil change or replacing a bearing. Linda is our host for SoCs. Today: Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “body … Continue reading
It’s the last Friday of the month, and next week sees the first of October. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and I cannot stress enough how important it is for any lump found in the breast to be investigated. … Continue reading
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Whilst I wait for the clinic to advise me of an appointment for my first mammogram since my mastectomy last year, I cannot emphasise enough the importance of getting any irregularities or abnormalities in … Continue reading
In the shower this morning I realised it’s been six months since my surgery. As I soaped and checked myself it’s as if my chest has always been this way, as the scar is perfectly smooth and there is no … Continue reading
It’s been fifteen weeks since my mastectomy and all in all things are settling down nicely. The new meds seem to suit which is a relief, though we won’t know if my cholesterol is affected until my diabetes MOT in … Continue reading
Well, my curiosity was satisfied today as I went for my falsie fitting. The journey was OK…. ish, but parking was a nightmare so Hubby had to drop me off then go and find somewhere to park. The department I … Continue reading