Friday, 23 October 2015

Life Can Be a Bummer


Today I had my biopsy under local anaesthetic using an ultra sound scan.... the type used for scanning babies but in this case...... no baby.
It will be next Weds 28th before I get the results.

I'm trying to be positive but at the moment things are not looking too promising. I'm now in a lot of discomfort bordering on pain and all my comments from the last post, so far seem to be from  people really relieved that it isn't the return of cancer. However, in truth, it seems that cancer return will be the most likely outcome and I didn't feel I could read another comment that said, "Thank Goodness it isn't cancer".
All I know is that it isn't now likely to be a haematoma.
I've said it before and I'll say it again...... life can be a bummer.


11 comments:

Expat mum said...

So sorry Maggie. You're having a tough time.

Celia said...

Wish I could give you a hug Maggie.

rosaria williams said...

Big hugs,Maggie.
You've been under a lot of stress, and stress takes prisoners. Stay positive, give yourself permission to indulge in your favorite things, spare no expenses. Your body and mind need all the love and attention you can spare, and nothing else matters at this point.
Sunny thoughts from the Far West.

dianefaith said...

Thinking about you. I hope you feel well enough for a walk in the sunshine as you await your results.

Retired English Teacher said...

What Rosaria said. I second that. I am sending much love through the internet because I too wish I could give you a hug.

Shammickite said...

Whatever happens, I know you will find the inner strength to deal with it. I'm sending you positive thoughts.

Gosia k said...

Dear friend be positive .... Take care. hugs from Poland. Life is not a bed of roses but never give up.

Wisewebwoman said...

Oh Maggie, big, big hugs. How dreadful to feel like this. You've been through so much.

Try and keep us updated. We are all rooting for you.

XO
WWW

Rose said...

Life just isn't fair sometimes either...darn it all, I sure wish this wasn't happening to you, Maggie. Sending hugs your way.

Mickle in NZ said...

Dear Maggie - ARRRGH.

You are quite allowed to shout this out - whether verbally or within, as long as you follow it with a cup of tea (or something stronger on its own or "with a dash of" in your cup of tea!).

My own "run in" with breast cancer, and its surgery and physical treatments, has me now on medication that I loathe (tamoxifen).

I'm sending many, many huggles that are full of love and care over to your dear self. Little, rotund tabby cat, Megs, is even purring in your direction. Hoping that our healing care thoughts help you,

Sending love, care and concern to and for you, Michelle

Beryl Ament said...

I suspect you will be able to deal bravely with "it." Whatever "it" is. It may even be nothing. It is the not knowing that is so hard. Meantime I agree with Rosaria. It is no insult to Harry's memory to indulge yourself.