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Bugger, bugger, bugger



  • AfraserAfraser MelbourneMember Posts: 3,625
    Everyone was being thorough and that’s a good thing, but your reactions are perfectly normal. One time I had a suspicious lump my (cautious, not given to off the cuff reassurances) surgeon said he though it would all be fine - and finally it was. I’ve believed him ever since! 
  • primekprimek Broken HillMember Posts: 5,409
    Fabulous news.  :)
  • iserbrowniserbrown Regional VictoriaMember Posts: 4,794
    Pleased to read for you @Deanne
    A meltdown is totally understandable as it is the memory of what we have been through and the concern that it may present again and we all hope it doesn't
    Take care
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,973
    Yay!!!!  :*
  • TonyaMTonyaM Member Posts: 2,710
    Hi Deanne, that’s great news! My GP is over cautious and sends me for tests at the drop of a hat which scares the hell out of me.But I prefer that than someone flippant about my health.So you can truly celebrate now, knowing cancer is well behind you (till the next scare!)Take care.xx
  • SoldierCrabSoldierCrab Smithton Tas was Bathurst nsw Member Posts: 3,408
    awesome news Deanne
  • strongtogetherstrongtogether BrisbaneMember Posts: 154
    All the best with this Deanne. Hope you get good news soon.
  • KayB55KayB55 Member Posts: 75
    Now I realise the value of this type of forum. You are all so incredibly inspirational, thank you.
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