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Unread 08-12-2004, 05:22 PM
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i hope your biopsy comes back with good news! you certainly have had a rough time for quite a while now. i had a lumpectomy a few years ago, which turned out to be benign and had one many years ago also. i have a few medical issues going on simultaneously (progressive ms, spinal cord damage, etc.) and i certainly understand about the situation where "enough is enough already!" sending good, positive, healing thoughts and hugs your way! take care.
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Unread 08-12-2004, 07:58 PM
OH! What a relief!

I got the call today with my biopsy results, and I am OK!!! No cancer cells!!!

OMG what a stressful week this has been! Thank you all SO MUCH for your messages and prayers. I'm still shaking with relief. To think of how many ladies get this call with the dreaded bad news, and what they must go through in the first few hours. I think I would have fainted if I had gotten bad news!

Thank you, thank you all, for hearing my crying, and being here to hold my hand! I'm still amazed at what a wimp I have been over getting a core biopsy when I have been through so many other crazy surgeries and procedures already this year!

Nonetheless, I will go see the doctor again tomorrow morning. I know I bruise easily, but this is ridiculous. My breast is bright red/purple and my nipple is blue and hard. The doctor wants to look at it to make sure I don't have a hematoma happening. Good grief, I hope she doesn't squeeze or clamp it again!

bless you!
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Unread 08-12-2004, 08:07 PM
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(((junie)))!

I'm soooooo glad your results came back fine! I'm also glad you're going to see your DR. I was told that a hematoma was a possible side effect of the procedure and that if I had significant bruising I needed to get in to be seen by my DR. Hopefully everything will be just fine and you can get on with your life now!

s,
-Linda
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Unread 08-12-2004, 08:12 PM
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That is great news Junie.



Hope the bruising goes away and you are feeling 100% I am sure the good news made the pain a little less.


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Shelly
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Unread 08-12-2004, 08:40 PM
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Oh ((((Junie))))) I'm so happy that the results were negative . I know just how you felt when you got the call: earlier this year, I had to go for a mammo for a suspicious lump. I was a useless wreck for a week!!! Thankfully, my doctor called me the same day I had the mammo, the bearer of good news

((((Junie)))) I do hope that the bruising doesn't prove to be anything seriousl. Still sending ers your way.
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Unread 08-15-2004, 08:56 AM
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junie-i am so thrilled to hear your results were negative!!! that is great. i hope your bruising will heal quickly and that there is no problem with that. i really am happy for you on the biopsy news!! take care.
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