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Back to surgery AGAIN!!!!!!!! Back to surgery AGAIN!!!!!!!!

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Unread 10-17-2003, 11:54 AM
Back to surgery AGAIN!!!!!!!!

Thank you for all your replies!!!!!!!!

The reason I havent posted too much is because I cant set behind my desk for too long and I dont have the net on my laptop yet. When my computer crashed a few weeks ago I broke down and bought me a refurbished laptop and use it to do most of my office work, so I dont have to set behind my desk for long periods of time, but sometimes I do have to get into the office to do a few things so that I can Print or fax invoices and print my checks. But mostly I have been stuck to the livingroom setting or relaxing since my surgery. Trying to get things to heal but even that hasn't worked too well apparently. But, I do have to say that the laptop is the best investment I have made, although my table beside my chair is getting as messy as my office desk , But what can I expect??

Again Thank you for your prayers and replies.

God Bless
Jane
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Unread 10-17-2003, 11:54 AM
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And, Jane, my thoughts and prayers with you also. Be strong, and there's strength in admitting our emotions, even the ones that we feel when we feel so let down. (I think). And always honour yourself because you certainly have a right to these emotions. But, keep the faith. I know that that last one is hard, but I always come back.

You mentioned the urologist and his recommendation - does he consult with your gyn/onc? But do get that second opinion.

big and plenty of ers to you
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Unread 10-17-2003, 03:41 PM
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Dear Jane, I'm so sorry for all that you're going through right now. Two things that I was thinking of while I was reading your post: The first is a quote from a book I read recently. "It's the fire that makes the bread." The other was a quote from Mother Theresa. She said that she knows God doesn't give us any more than we can handle, but sometimes she wished he didn't have so much faith in us! I love that! I love thinking that God has faith in ME! (And he has faith in you, too, Jane.)

God bless. You're in my thoughts and prayers.
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Unread 10-17-2003, 07:05 PM
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Jane, hang in there, it might seem too much to carry at this time, but keep your faith, you will be guided through this challenge.
Your in my prayers,
Andrea
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Unread 10-18-2003, 11:18 AM
Sorry!!

Jane, so sorry about your news. As everyone has said, get the crying deal out. As you know, it helps. You will get that out of the way and be ready to face your decisions and surgery.
Many many and ers to you.
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Unread 10-20-2003, 04:06 AM
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Hi Jane
My prayers are with you and you have always been in my thoughts, You are a great and strong person and have been such a help to each and everyone that has posted on here.
My prayers will always be with you.
diet coke
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Unread 10-20-2003, 08:49 AM
Back to surgery AGAIN!!!!!!!!

Dear Jane, you are going thru so much and after already coping with so much. It is OK to cry (now a medical fact that it helps releases stress stuff that can make us sicker), be mad/angry but please not at God, and do whatever makes you feel better right now. From what the other sis' are saying you are a very strong women and thus you can weather this too. Also, please get those 2nd and even 3rd opinions to help you make the best medical decisions at this time.
Jane, our Lord never lets us down even when we cannot possibly understand why certain things are happening to us; His wisdom is way beyond us. I will pray for your physical health and, since you asked, for your spiritual well being too. With faith (even if at times it is only mustard seed size) everything is possible; without Him we are lost. s peggiesue
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Unread 10-20-2003, 10:57 PM
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Oh, Jane.

I don't know how I can possibly add anything to the many wonderful sentiments already posted by the fine women on this board. But I was so sad to read your note.

Earlier today, a chemo doctor at my HMO -- who I've only spoken to briefly twice -- came into the chemo room and asked if I'd speak with one of his patients, as she had recurred and was scared. I was so touched by his faith in me and wanted to help, and hope that I did. She was also facing drastic surgery -- including bladder removal -- for a Stage 1 recurrence.

Your strength of spirit and faith are a great inspiration to me and everyone else on this board. I know that at times our respective faiths can waver, and I think that God wants us to be honest with Him when we're struggling or mad or confused or upset. Don't feel like you have to hide your emotions or pain from Him. Or from us. We are here to comfort you from afar, as best we can.

I can't begin to comprehend your decision, or your next steps. So I won't even try. But know that I am thinking about you, and sending you my very best wishes for God to send you wisdom and peace, and for the next surgical step to be as pain-free as possible.

Be brave. And know that we are sending you our love and prayers.

s!
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