Hi everyone, just wanted to say thank you all. This community is amazing and I'm so grateful to have stumbled across this site. I'm newly diagnosed (4th June 2021) with invasive lobular carcinoma. Several lumps in my right breast and I'll need a mastectomy. Like everyone else at this stage I'm overwhelmed, terrified, in denial, then accepting, then distraught, then calm, then totally panicked. It does feel like my lovely middle-aged life has been suddenly and shockingly smacked onto pause and I simply have to deal with this. I have no choice even as my mind shouts 'no no no not me! Not fair! I don't want to do this!' But while reeling for the past few weeks and thrust into this horrible new world of undergoing biopsies and MRIs and surgeon appointments, I've been so grateful for the support of this website. Reading the articles and especially your stories and posts has been so very reassuring and given me tons of information. Plus speaking with the amazing bcna support ladies Anna and Giovanna, has been a godsend. Anyway I just wanted to say thank you, this has all helped so much in these turbulent early stages.
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