Dear Tricia -
Awww, thanks so much! :) I have a new joy list for today, related to the biopsy....
*We got to the clinic in plenty of time. :)
*A very nice gentleman wheeled me down, and my brother-in-law wheeled me the rest of the time.
*The whole team working on me could not have been nicer (despite a "rather have Hodgkin's than Crohn's" comment from my fellow...but hey, what does she know? She's in training. ;) ). :) The senior tech was a total angel, attending and fellow were awesome, all ladies, all super encouraging. The tech even stood there and rubbed my back while they were doing the numbing injections, which barely hurt at all, and they kept really encouraging me. Had a tiny amount of mild discomfort, but I've had accidents at home which hurt worse than this. Very nice, very sensitive, got me into a mostly-comfy position, went GREAT. :)
*Now the dread of the biopsy is over. :) Whatever happens, now I just have to wait for answers. And those will come within a week or less. And then I'll *know* whether it's cancer or not. And knowing means that whatever it is, I can do something appropriate! And if it's not cancer, I won't be so nervous if I ever have to have another biopsy. The team was awesome.
*And now I'm sitting here drinking V8 and ice water, watching DVDs, and occasionally icing my L breast as per discharge instructions. :)
So - those are my good things for today. :)
I'm going to post about this over in my intro stuff so people there can see how it went - I did promise to keep you and Rena posted, after all. :) Hoping to hear results Fri, but I realize it could be as late as Wed next week.
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