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Re: Suspicious Mammogram
« Reply #15 on: February 01, 2014, 04:35:26 PM »
Thanks Irish, I have definitely been in a fog today. I went out this afternoon to run errands and drove around aimlessly for a while. I ended up looking around Ulta for a while, it was a good diversion.

Parched I am so sorry to hear about your situation. I will be thinking positive thoughts about your situation.

Thanks again everyone!
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Re: Suspicious Mammogram
« Reply #16 on: February 02, 2014, 03:34:02 AM »
Am determined to try to be at peace until then -- I'm too exhausted to get worked up over it.

So sorry for you. I think I know some how you feel, with my cyst. And I too am too exhausted to stress about it... I'm praying everything will turn out for the better for both of us. And for Parched, too.

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Re: Suspicious Mammogram
« Reply #17 on: February 03, 2014, 01:02:04 PM »

I have been thinking about you today,  Hope all goes well with your follow up.

Positive thoughts your way!


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Re: Suspicious Mammogram
« Reply #18 on: February 03, 2014, 03:10:55 PM »
So many to reply to..but this is for first msg in this thread: Elaine.
   I am widowed, have lived  a quiet life since my husband died.  I really don't have to do anything.  Small circle of friends.  In the very short time I have been diagnosed, I am close to being a recluse.  I am working on my mental game.  The truth is, talking is just such a chore.  It has been for several years, but I just thought it was normal...well...abnormal normal.
   But Elaine:  you had Medrol and didn't take it?  Girlfriend....if I were a drug addict it would be for Medrol.   :)  I was warned about taking it at least 30 years take with extreme caution.  If I felt as glum AND really sick as you, I would pop one of those babies and rewatch Downton Abbey! 
    All that being said:  IT IS COLD ALL OVER EVERYWHERE.  I am bundled up as I type...with heavy socks on my feet AND typing with gloves on. 
     You are such an inspiration;  take that Medrol and get through this.  Because as you have reminded us--this too shall pass.  And then...spring, glorious spring!!
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