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Tag Archives: breast cancer
Dick is Humphrey’s cousin, and I hate him. I’ve come up with calling him Dick as some men I know called Dick are right tits (which is where he’s hiding) and it’s playing on DCIS, the type of cancer I … Continue reading
ranges from anger, disbelief, shock, fear and confusion. I had my core biopsy results yesterday, and it is not good news. My initial fear has been confirmed and that little bastard Humphrey has left a residue. This is my second … Continue reading
You may recall I had my annual mammogram early in September and was told the results would be received in about three weeks. Well, 22 days later I got a letter calling me back. The bottom dropped out of my … Continue reading
I had my appointment today, and it was a round trip of 370 miles. Both of us are shattered having got up at 5.30, and on the road before 7. I actually saw one of the other consultant surgeons as … Continue reading
I have finally managed to get an appointment at the Breast Clinic, though not with my consultant as she is away for a further two months. Originally my appointment was 6th February, then this was postponed until the 20th. As … Continue reading
It is hard to believe that two years ago come the 31st I had surgery to remove a small lump that Hubby and I referred to as Humphrey. I was extremely lucky and they got it all as Humphrey had … Continue reading
As the month goes into double figures, it comes to mind that it is almost a year ago that Humphrey made his unwelcome presence known in our lives. Everything was a mixture of waiting and rollercoaster rides for the following … Continue reading
I had my Oncology appointment with the God type person today. He only kept us waiting fifty minutes and at least apologised this time. He even had my notes to hand, and remembered our last meeting! This may have had … Continue reading
I had my final radiotherapy session on 26th January, and was told that it would continue to work for about three weeks from when my initial treatment ended and another three after the last of my boosters. Talk about slow … Continue reading