I can tell you that my biopsy was also very bearable. I think modesty is a first concern for many women, but it needn't be as these are all professionals working with us. I've found all of the nurses and most drs. that I've dealt with to be very understanding and kind, yet professional. The wait, as they've said, is the hardest part! Plus, there is the inconvenience of it all, but it's best that they check out your microcalcs. I also think it's best to get the good news, or sometimes the not so good news, with someone - not alone! My husband was traveling to his job each week for our move to a new state, I was 40, had 2 young boys (8 & 11), and although my mother lived in an in-law apt. with us, she wasn't home. In fact, I asked the dr. to tell me even though she didn't really want to while I was alone. My mom got home while I was waiting for the fax for a half hour (!!!). It wasn't pretty, but here I am 4 years+ without a recurrence. Just lots of extra pounds!
I've also heard of friends of friends getting good news and being equally happy to be with someone to
open up a bottle of wine or go out and celebrate. Here's hoping you get the good news
call! B9! When is your biopsy? Try not to worry and think the worst - it really is wasted energy that isn't at all healthy! Try to visualize good health instead, but hang in there!!!
Please let us know!!
The finger of God touches your life when you make a friend.
----Mary Dawson Hughes---