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Unread 09-06-2004, 10:06 PM
bilateral lumpectomy

Hello ladies

It's been quite a while since I've posted. I mentioned in the past that I had developed several breast lumps after only 3 weeks on estrogen last October. The doctors kept monitoring them and 2 quickly began to grow. Last Tuesday I had a bilateral lumpectomy to remove the 2 lumps in question. I'm waiting for results and all I know is that the lumps were a lot bigger then my surgeon had expected. At this point they may just be fibroadema's but I'll have to wait for the pathology to confirm.

My DH walked out on me in June, 1 week prior to my appointment with the surgeons. It has truly been a long, difficult and stressful summer. My health had been a strain on our marriage unfortunately I had hoped that my hysterectomy would have ended my poor health but the drama continues.

Anyway I'm trying to stay very positive and can only hope that everything will come back fine. Take care everyone

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Unread 09-07-2004, 07:10 AM
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Oh ((((T-L)))))) I'm so sorry that you've had so much to deal with in the past few years and the stress of this summer can't have helped

My father had throat cancer, back in 1997, but he'd had a lump in his throat a few years before. I remember vividly that, back in 1994, the doctors told him that they something like 90% sure that the lump was benign. In December 1996, when the throat cancer was diagnosed, they told him that they were 99% sure that it was maligned. Hopefully, your doctor was right and you are dealing with fibroadema's .

Sending tons of s your way and praying that this will the surgery that will set you on the Road to Recovery. Please, do keep us posted.
Unread 09-08-2004, 08:18 AM
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Wanted to send some s and say how sorry I am that you are having so much to deal with. You are in my that they are benign lumps. You are due some good news

Please keep us posted!!!!!
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Unread 09-08-2004, 09:45 AM
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I am sending 's your way. Sounds like you have had to deal with a lot in your life. Especially your DH leaving you. Apparently he didn't mean it when he said "for better or for worse, in sickness and in health". I hope he has many regrets about his decision. Keep your chin up. I know it probably doesn't seem like it much now, but life does go on, and you will make it through this. I that those lumps are benign and that everything will work out for you.

Unread 09-08-2004, 10:04 AM
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Hi T-L,

I just want to send you some positive thoughts and well wishes. I hope the lumps are benign. Then you can go on to live so well that your DH will be soooo sorry that he did not support you like he should have.

Good luck!


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