So glad that you found us, but hopefully you will not have to stay. One of the things we have found on this board is that we all have to wait. Hurry up and wait. Along with Gail you will find all of us waiting with you. Please let us know as soon as you can about the results.
What you are experiencing is very normal. Please share with someone that is close to you. I hope that you find lots of support from family, friends, your doctors and their staffs, and from us here. We want to support you and help you.
Reading the reports is for some a very good thing to do. When you are ready, please study and research. Knowledge is power and knowledge takes some of the fear away. If you are having any questions find the answers, it helps.
Please do not be afraid to come to us. We are hear listening all the time. There is always someone here that can help you specifically and all of us to support you. You will find lots of "breast friends" here. We love you already and look forward to hearing your news. We will be chanting B-9 (benign).
Love, hugs, and prayers,
Many Holiday Blessings to All
Sorry you've had to visit us here but it's a good place for support and answers. I had my first round with bc when I was 38. It wasn't fun but survivable!!! I hope that everything is fine when you get results but be glad that your radiologist could actually read your mammo. My second round with bc was this year. My mammo in beg of Feb. was NORMAL and then blood work the third week of Feb. showed elevated tumor markers which led to PET which led to diagnosis. My brother-in-law read my mammo and said that the tumor was OBVIOUS....but missed my our radiologists in my hometown. So at least yours can read.... Let us know your results. We will praying for the best possible results!!!
Jeremiah 29:11 - "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
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