Breathing again.


Good news.

Believe me, I’m glad. I’m glad even though they strung me along for nearly three months while I wondered and worried day after day, waiting when they didn’t call me as promised, lost scan results and found them again, battled over who would do the biopsy for the least money and took weeks to set up appointments that lasted, when I finally got them, only an hour.

The breast surgeon told me the odds were against the lumps being cancer. She said to try not to worry. And I tried. But how do you not worry when there’s a chance — 1 in 20 — that it might be cancer after all? How do you not worry, while they make you wait week after week for the test that tells all, when each day of delay might allow a disease that kills so many to grow and spread?

Guess this one will go down in the books as my Cancer Scare Summer. Benign. Now I can start breathing again.


10 Responses to “Breathing again.”

  1. Oh, wonderful. Breathe, baby, breathe.

  2. Larry Jones Says:

    No wonder the sky looked bluer than usual today. Hope you have carefree fun the rest of the summer.

  3. Wonderful news! Worries like you were under are some of the hardest to deal with.

    We all can relax now.

  4. Blowing Shit Up With Gas Says:

    Hey, what a great day! Such a weight off your shoulders!

  5. Yay! My mommy’s ok!

  6. Bill Stankus Says:

    Good for you. Breathing, writing, young docs, high-science and good medicine… lots to mull over.

  7. MichaelBains Says:

    WooHOO!!!!! {BIG-SIGH}

    Very glad to hear it!

  8. Thank God…

    I’m glad to hear it, and sorry it took so long for your docs to confirm it.

  9. Wren,
    I came here from MudFlats. Nice blog you got! 🙂

    Sorry I´m going to comment off-topic here, but it´s about your comment here at
    My theory about the issue when Sarah Palin flew back to Alaska from Texas to give birth her little boy Trig was because she is member of the Alaska Independence Party (AIP). Research and read the philosophy of the man who created this party and you´ll see the connection, you´ll know what I mean when you read more about the AIP.

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