I have checked on all of you this past week, but it has been a little busy around my house. My oldest DS was married last Saturday, Oct 2, and my niece was married yesterday, Oct 9, in the opposite end of the state. We survived both and welcome a new DIL and nephew to the family.
Sorry to hear of so many new and recurring problems on this board. You are all in my prayers. I had my 6 month check up between the weddings and everything is looking good - praise God for good things, but they are still advising of the mastectomy and reconstruction due to the radiation damage done to the BC breast. This was advised last year, then I developed a cough that would not go away. It finally cleared up after a long term antibiotic and reflux medicine. I know I should get it done, but am really kind of nervous that something will go wrong. With everything good (as far as the docs can tell) I don't want to create any problems. The reason for the recommendation is that the tissue is so "firm" (actually quite hard) that it is impossible to feel whether or not there are any lumps and the mammos are not getting good pictures either. I am doing a lot of praying for guidance from above on my choice. If anyone has any prayers to spare, I would appreciate them. Thanks!
Oh yes, don't know if I posted the BEST NEWS, but we are going to be grandparents in April. We are sooooooo excited and another reason to beat this darned disease.
God Bless you all!